Change of plans
So, there I was, three days ago: I had stocked up on delicious food, equally delicious brownies and a good book - you know, just to get warmed up before I began editing the sequel to A Russian Bear (yep. The same one I've been talking about for ages now). I was deep into Kate Sherwood's latest Dark Horse novel when I began noticing that it was really cold in my apartment. So cold that I was shivering, in fact. Well, it was a good book, so I kept on reading, and it wasn't until I had finished that I realized that I was sick as a dog. As in "somebody please take me out of my misery"-sick. Food poisoning, in other words. It turned out that the delicious, fancy food really was fancy - in a bacteriologically not so good way.
So, now I'm spending my precious days off being sick and not editing my book. And yes, I'm feeling really, really sorry for myself. As a matter of fact so sorry that I'm comfort-buying books. I need it, you see. For your information, Kate Sherwood as well as Vaugh R. Demont are really good reads (they actually kept me sitting up in bed - gasp!). Now I'll begin Alexandr Voinov's Dark Soul. I've read his Scorpion and loved it.
So, if you need comfort reads, those are good choices. And by the way, you should never begin three paragraphs in a row with a "so". Just sayin'. But I'm sick, so I'm allowed to.
Hope you feel better!
Thanks! And yes, I do feel a bit more human today - I may even try getting upright at some point... Even though that might be slightly ambitious.
Hope you feel better, and I'm glad you're not blaming the story for making you sick!
Oh, no, I blame that damn salad! However, I did get more and more grumpy the further I read - I didn't really get why at first, but then I realized that I was getting "I don't want it to end" syndrome (also known as "spoiled four year-old with an icecream" syndrome). Because with the you know happening (no spoilers here!), it just felt like the end of the series, at least as we know it. Are you planning on writing more about our lovely threesome? God, I love those guys!
I love them too! I'm not PLANNING to write any more about them, but I wasn't planning to write this book, either, so... who knows.
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