Getting through tough times

Hopefully, this will be the last post I have to write about delays for a long while. My father did pass away, but I’m doing okay. I just need a little time for things to settle around me before I can tackle all the things that have been put off. I didn’t finish the episode I mentioned in my last update nor get to restart my final proofreading, but I expect I’ll be able to do that soon.

Thank you so much for your patience and well wishes during these tough times. I’ve really appreciated all of it.

6/14 – My aunt passed away this morning (she went into hospice the day before my dad last week), and my dad’s funeral is tomorrow. I am feeling okay, at the moment. It’s been rough this week, but I have a lot of emotional support (I have an awesome sister) and I am doing okay.

Tomorrow will be a lot to handle, especially having the funeral in this record-breaking heat, but I think Dad would want me to get my book out as soon as I can afterward, so I will be turning to that as soon as I can once I have made it through this week. He definitely knew how much writing stories means to me. He was a reader, and although he never read any of my books, I know he was proud of me for writing them.

3 thoughts on “Getting through tough times

  1. LaurelMeow

    Wow, I just came to check in and I see all this. I’m so sorry for your losses. When my father passed away some years ago it took a while to be a real person again. I buried myself in fiction escapism, and that’s when I became a really big fan of your books (late 2017). I really wish the best for you and your family.

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  2. K

    We wish you all the best in frankly a terrible time. I took a long time to be able to restructure my life after my mother’s death. If and when you get back to writing, we will be delighted to read your work again.

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  3. PenO

    So sad to read this but glad you have such a supportive family around you. Sending you as many virtual hugs as you can tolerate and echo K that we will be super happy to read your works if and when you are ready to write again.

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