I know–I’m a horrible blogger.
I haven’t really been spending that much time on the computer in the past month or so, because life has been…hectic, and mostly not in the good, fun-times-have-been-had type of way.
But, I’m back with a vengeance. Kind of. I’ll probably always be a slacker when it comes to blogging. I don’t like to do it unless I *think* I have something semi-worthwhile to say. (As you can see, that doesn’t happen very often.) But I’ll try to get better.
I didn’t get my YA novel, Shadow and Light, published in November like I’d planned, but I’m doing it this month–hopefully before Christmas. I’m doing a last read-through now, to make it as good as I can.
I’m also hoping to have a short-story up this weekend. It’s not a YA, though; it’s a sweet adult romance. It’s actually the first thing I ever finished. It was published with a small e-publisher a few years ago, and I got the rights back, so I’m going to try to get it out there for Christmas seeing as it’s a Christmas story.
Oh! I finally finished the blurb to Shadow and Light, if you’re curious.
To see the light, sometimes you have to stay in the shadows.
Banished to Shadowland, Jeneca and the other Shadow Walkers have learned to adapt. They live in shadows and thrive where no one should. So when she finds two Light Walkers, she knows they won’t last long on their own. But they refuse to leave until they find who they’re looking for: her.
Jolsa doesn’t want to be there. Shadowland isn’t the place for light—or Light Walkers. The Shadow Walkers are nothing but savages that can’t be trusted, but he made a promise to keep his best friend, Layli, safe. He’ll do whatever it takes to accomplish that, even if it means going to Shadowland for protection.
Jeneca knows what it’s like to have to hide, and she agrees to help—as long as the Light Walkers follow her rules. But even as both sides begin to depend on each other, secrets come to light and they learn that danger lurks in more than just shadows…