Brit Lit II--4 textbooks, 4 exams, 4 weeks. It's intense, but it could be worse. It could be...MATH. Shiver.
But Wordsworth, Shelley, and Keats? Yes, please!
Summer vacation is off to a roaring start. Between my daughter's graduation and a trip to Nashville to visit family, I've been (wait for it) a busy little bee. Ha! Yes, after years of dreaming, I am officially a beekeeper! In book news, the audio version of my children's WWII novel is available! And, get this, it's AI narrated. So cool.
I'm deep into my college semester but still finding time for little bookish things--such as creating a box set of the Drawn by the Frost Moon series. To be published in May! I also spiffed up my website and am so glad I did. The upgrade has been a long time coming!
At the land, getting inspired. One day (when building prices aren't insanely unreasonable) my office window will face this ring of oaks. Can't wait! Meantime, I work at the dining room table, dream of the semester ending, and plot Water Moccasin's story.