Hold that thought!

I’ll be right back…. (Not literally, figuratively).

I’ve been sick for the past couple of days (nothing terrifying, but had me stuck in bed for the most part) so I spent those days reading. I’ve finished two more Dark-Hunter books since Monday and began the next today at lunch. This is the last one before the long awaited ACHERON so no doubt I want to race through it like I did the last few. WARNING: YOU MAY NOT SEE ME FOR A WHILE AS A RESULT. (Acheron is 3 times as large as all of the Dark-Hunter novels, it’s like the size of an encyclopedia!)

But I do promise you this: I was supposed to post a picture of my BOYS THAT BITE book, but was too sick and distorted to wanna share my face with you. However, this Sunday I am getting my hair done (hopefully the way I actually want it this time). So I will be posting that picture this weekend.

AND I will try to devote some of my soul to checking up on you guys (even if my own post doesn’t accompany my comments). I won’t lie though Sherrilyn has a hold on me so tight right now it’s even disturbing my sleep. Damn, that woman can write!

I may also be posting a short story finally based on the latest Sisters Fate prompt. I have some revising to do to the story, but I actually wrote something last weekend so it may get posted here.

In regards to my own book: I haven’t officially penned much in the way of those new chapters I spoke of last weekend, but I’ve been doing some acting on the way to and from work. Nothing feels completely solid yet, or at least it hasn’t convinced me enough yet to put it on paper, but I’m working on it. In the meantime enjoy this song. I’ll just call it Bryce’s theme song when it comes to Teagan. Doesn’t actually fit anywhere in the book in particular… well maybe Chapter 2 where you hear his POV for the first time and he tells…. haha, you thought I’d actually spill a fact. Sorry, maybe at a later date. Either way, enjoy 😉

Eleventh Hour – “A Girl Like That”

Peace – Sarah


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  1. poseiwriting

    September 30, 2010 at 3:56 am

    Haha, I am so happy to hear I am not the only one who waits until they get their haircut to take pictures for public viewing. :) :) :) And as non-photogenic-ness is a superpower of mine, it’s worth the cost of a haircut if I get ONE good picture! ;P

    I’m trying to resist the urge to read the Dark-Hunter series now… you are NOT making it easy! 😉

    Glad you’re feeling better!

    • SarahWhisted

      October 4, 2010 at 9:59 pm

      LOL @ non-photogenic-ness being a superpower – hilarity!

      My next post probably won’t make resisting the Dark-Hunter series any easier either. Sorry. I’m almost through the entire series, and even though I will most definitely read them many times over, hopefully I won’t feel the need to talk about them so much the second time around.

  2. edgyauthor

    September 30, 2010 at 7:30 am

    Lovin’ Bryce’s theme song. :)

    So sorry to hear you’ve been sick! First Alice, then my sis, then you…crazy! Must be that time of the season or something.

    And DANG, you’re reading like a madwoman! Makes me feel pathetic that I’m only halfway through the book I’ve been reading all month, despite how amazing it is. (All the textbook-reading burns me out, heh.)

    • SarahWhisted

      October 4, 2010 at 10:03 pm

      Yeah… I guess it is that time of year. I didn’t think I was actually that sick, but I ended up calling out twice last week with what seemed to be the flu. No fun.

      I told you it’s practically a game to me at this point with reading this month. Once I surpassed my month’s goal in that first week I was just amazed that I could blow through them so quickly. I’m on book 11 now and I’ve got a few more days before my monthly goal report comes up. I can’t believe I read that much in one month. Feels insane.

      I can imagine the text books burning you out though. I think it’s part of why I didn’t find reading that fun as a child. I was really devoted to school, there was no time for fun reading.

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