Monday, October 28, 2013

Workin' hard or hardly workin' eh?

Spent quite a bit of time last week trying to help others during the Writers Helping Writers Amazing Race with Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi. It was really great to be a part of their project. They're wrapping it up today but they still have a bit more to giveaway so don't forget to stop in once more.

I've been working hard on Maguire's Corner 2. Still haven't named it yet but I have a good idea for one. Right now, its just easier to call it MC2. :)

I have a bunch of scenes written in my notebook that I need to transfer so I'll be working on that this week, in case I get all quiet and go missing again, you know why.

It's brush fire season here in NY. Dry conditions plus fall leaves plus careless humans. The volunteers have been out most of the weekend trying to keep ahead of them.

Mount Eve - Sunday 5:20 am / Photo: Thom Cronin


That's about all I've got right now!

Happy Monday!

10 comments:

  1. Stay safe!
    I have a guest post coming as a result of the Amazing Race, so I'm happy about that.

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  2. MC2 squared?

    I hope the fires aren't near you.

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  3. We're no strangers to fire where I live, so I know how that is. Good luck. Be safe.

    As to the WHW . . . It has been super. I'm stopping by again today to see what else is happening.

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  4. MC2 is kind of catchy! Here's to a safe and lovely fall season. :)

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  5. Good luck with your sequel! I'm sure it'll be great. There are brush fires in New York regularly? I lived in NYC for years and never knew...

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  6. Happy Monday Heather.

    .....dhole

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  7. Best of luck with the writing. Please stay safe during the fire season.

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  8. Thanks everyone.
    The brush fire in the picture is in the next town over but volunteers from all over are helping. It's still going today.

    Heather

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  9. Best wishes with your sequel and stay safe!

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