I’ve been battling a second round of flu this week, but I’m happy to report I’m finally on the winning side. Still sick, but not begging people to rob pharmacies anymore. Yes, I actually did this. No, there were no pharmacies robbed as a result of my illness. Before you judge me, you should know that at one point my face looked and felt like this from all the sinus pressure:
The week wasn’t all bad, though. I received word that I was unanimously accepted into my grad school program. I start in the fall and I have my classes already picked out. It’s only six more weeks until graduation. As part of my multimedia writing class, I have to build an online portfolio. I’ll be sure to post links to that once it’s up and running. I plan on including a book trailer for Celia, so if you’ve been waiting to get it, hopefully it will convince you to wait no longer. Since I’ve been sick, and all of my efforts have revolved around breathing properly, Recommend It Monday will be put on hold next week. Instead, I’ve invited Lori Michelle over to vist for the first ever author interview. I wanted to add this as a Tuesday blog feature, and will in the future, but this week I’m going to cheat a little bit. At least I’m honest about it. I was recently interviewed about Celia as well. That interview will be posted on April 24th, and I’ll provide links to that. The poetry chapbook is almost finished. I’m waiting to get some feedback on the MS before I decide I’m officially done with it. Hopefully, I’ll have some official news on it in the next few months.