Packing, moving, and far too much Gilmore Girls
My husband and I rented our first house in our tiny town recently. It’s still far too close to the mother in law, but it’s our own place and we’re both very excited. Brian has been hard at work programming for Squad (the makers of Kerbal Space Program.) I have been hard at work on making sure as much as moved as possible over the last few weeks and my writing has been stunted. I have the first few paragraphs of the prologue for Book Three done and I am quite excited about the direction I plan to take this new addition to the series.
Our new place has inspired me in so many ways. We’re backing the woods and we have a great view from our office. Any one that doesn’t believe writer’s block can be cured by a beautiful view is crazy. My characters are screaming at me to get to work, but I just haven’t had the opportunity to sit down and focus. Once we are fully in the house (internet connection and all) I will be back working semi-full force (there is still a lot of unpacking to do on top of everything else.) I want to get back to work on this blog. You know, get back to the original schedule and everything.
When I haven’t been packing or thinking about packing, I have been consumed with laundry and Gilmore Girls. It’s incredibly unrealistic in many ways but I love the dialogue and the character interactions and I’m hoping that it rubs off on me in the best ways. If you’ve read my books, you understand how much I enjoy whitty banter and sarcasm. I have yet to find a good idea for a realistic New Adult novel that would allow me to play more with real humans, but I promise it’s in the works.
Sorry if this post is a bit weird and disjointed, but I wanted to give a legitimate update in the form of a blog post. Thank you all so much for reading.