Sweet Spring Break. You will mostly be a break from my day job although I have work to do there for which I will be sneaking into school and completing later this week. Not that I really want to, but lesson plans have to be written and prep. Such is the life of a teacher.
The life of a writer is also similarly never ending cycle of work. This week, I make no promises on what I will be accomplishing on various writing projects. I will be writing, but school breaks tend to be horrible times for me to write as everything I put off during the school year gets shoved into a break. I do promise to do a lot of reading.
Recently, I finished the “Art of Asking” by Amanda Palmer. I own both the book and the audio book. I can’t recommend the audio book by enough. It is like having Amanda Palmer speak directly to you.
Currently, I am listening to the audio book of Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow and narrated by Scott Brick. And reading the Mummy Congress: Science, Obsession, and the Everlasting Dead by Heather Pringle which is an invigorating look into the lives of the preserved dead.
After that, I am not sure. I have a lovely stack of to be read books waiting for my attention. Although, I expect to be distracted by the latest offering by Edward Medina. Bones, Crowns and Gaman is the second novella in the Adventures of the X Pirates series. The first book is the Demise of Foxy Jack which is available on Amazon Kindle. There is also a prolog entitled a Murder of Crows.
Alethea Kontis will be releasing the next book in her Arilland series on the 28th. Sadly, this is the day that I go back to work so I will have to wait to dig into it.
If you need something for your reading list, check out my book, Blood Child, on Amazon.