The end of the school year was a little crazy. I guess that's what happens when you agree to help some deaf kids edit the music for the graduation video and you have to pack up your entire classroom because the front half of the building is being renovated next year. Oh, yeah, and finals ... I can't forget finals.
That's all in the past now. Summer's here, and I can focus almost exclusively on writing. (YES!) Fingerprints is looking better than ever after I finally rewrote the longstanding opening. Still waiting on agents. Echoes (the sequel) has been through some solid rounds of editing and feels a lot better than it did when I drafted it. The third book in the series is underway and getting some momentum now that I can spend more than an hour at a time on it.
To keep busy, I wrote another short story and submitted it to the Science in My Fiction contest. Results due July 21st. Submitting the earlier story to some other places. A friend pointed out another contest I might consider, if I can write a story under 2500 words in the next month.
All this happens when I'm not getting sunburned helping my parents work in their backyard.
If I need a break from writing, I'll spend some time brainstorming ways to get revenge on the student who dropped a water balloon on me at Field Day. Cue the supervillain laughter.