I took some time off this month. The stars must have been aligned because it has been one of those months where I had to do something every day – appointments, meeting with friends, etc. I haven’t been writing; nevertheless, the stories churn in my head.
Geezer the wizard has been visiting me daily asking when I am going to continue the Tresterian Chronicles. I assured him he was a priority on my list. Then Jonah Gordon, the former public defender whose story involves a serial killer and the mystery surrounding a young girl’s disappearance, is also visiting me. He says he takes priority over the wizard. He’s a lawyer. It’s pointless to argue with him. He will always get in the last word.
Today is the eve of my sixtieth birthday. My husband, Hans, bought me a wonderful new chair and I look forward to spending many hours writing while snuggled in its comfort. So, Jonah, you needn't worry. I am going to finish your tale. And to you, Geezer, I am looking forward to spending time with you so you shouldn't fret. I miss you as much as you miss me.