Reading Vacation

No, not a vacation from reading!

My plan is to relax for at least another week before starting The Next Historical and that means reading. But I also have to put together the proposals for the next two paranormals and I do so hate to make my agent cry. I don’t know what the book is about until I write it so I have to make up stuff for a synopsis that will be in some mythical story I will never write. ::sigh:: You know, thinking about writing a synopsis is NOT relaxing and so I am going to stop thinking about that.

I’ve read Heyer’s The Grand Sophy and am in the middle of Sophie Littlefield’s A Bad Day For Pretty, and to be honest, I’m kind of anxious to get back to it. I think the next book will be Elizabeth Hoyt’s Wicked Intentions.

School starts for the progeny tomorrow and I finally got his bus pass. He’s in honors English and honors history this semester and both classes assigned papers over the summer. He finished tonight. ::Sigh:: He has my procrastination skills. That’s my boy! He hasn’t printed them out yet and nagging him does no good. He has teenager hearing.

What Mom says: print off your papers so you have it done and don’t forget!

What Teenager hears: blah blah blah [[what is she talking about now??]] blah blah blah.

In other news, today is the day of the month when I think iCal (the Mac calendar app) has been closed since the icon defaults to the number 17 when the calendar app isn’t open. Shouldn’t they have picked the 32nd? Then you’d know for sure. . .


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