I’m beginning to get cabin fever with the winter months lasting so long. The weather has been so bad across the nation; it seems that spring followed by summer is a long way off. Last night we got another four inches of snow blocking our drive and causing multiple wrecks on the nearby Interstate.
Usually in the summer months, everyone complains about the heat, but this year, I believe I’ll enjoy whatever temperatures arrive during the summer months for our area. You can always go inside and cool off in the air conditioning.
There’s one positive thing about being cooped up in the house. It gives me time to write and that’s what I’ve been up to for the last month. I started a sequel to a book I wrote some time ago. The book I originally wrote was titled Bittersweet Memories and I dove in to write the sequel. If the weather persists in keeping me indoors, I’ll have the finished product out soon.
I’m wondering how other authors deal with wintry climates. Does being indoors help a writer produce more or does it cause restlessness in keeping your thought process from putting down a compelling plot?
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Shawna lived on the edge where danger lurked at every corner. Her Indian ancestry helped her as a private investigator. Not only was her life filled with danger, but also an element of intrigue over what she would find at the end of her search. Her love life with Levi gave her passion and satisfaction, but when it came to a commitment from him, she still waited impatiently to hear those four little words. Will you marry me?