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That is what it feels like inside my brain some days.  So much going on, so hard to focus on one thing at a time, when more than one of those things is just as important to accomplish as others.  I’m sure I’m not alone there.  We all have days when there are five thousand things that need to get done and only so much time to accomplish any of them.

Today is one of those days here.  And all I really want to do is take a nap.  That isn’t going to happen, but there will be at least a couple of things ticked off my to-do list by the end of the day.  Not nearly enough, but better than nothing.

I’m still working on some last little items for my web designer for the website, but at this point, they’re really just nitpicky things, so I’m hoping before the month is out, we’ll have the site ready to share with the world.  When that happens, I’ll be hosting a launch party, and I’ve got goodies to share then, too–bookmarks, cover flats, gift certificates, books.  So much fun!

I did want to ask a favor today, though, of those of you who have read Hunting Medusa already.  If you have read it, I would love if you went to Amazon or Barnes & Noble, or my publisher’s store  or whichever e-tailer where you got my book and left a review.  There are a few floating around out there and I appreciate them very much.

Now I’m going to try to gather what’s left of my wits and go back to rewriting the second Medusa story since the chainsaws have stopped buzzing outside my office window.  Oh, and by the way, there are a couple of new snippets from my second Medusa story over on my Facebook page if you haven’t stopped by lately.  Enjoy!

 

 

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