Neck surgery isn't fun, kids. Just a little tip: Don't mess up your neck. There. Now you've been warned.
I ended up spending two nights and three days in the hospital instead of just one night. No major complications. I just didn't handle things very well. It was a lot more painful than I imagined it might be. However, I am now back at home and have the luxury of having my sister, Brenda and her husband here to help us out while I recover.
Ready for the good news? Work has begun again on The Vampire's Redemption! No, I haven't forgotten about you guys. I would love to have the third book in the series ready for sale by Christmas of this year. That's the plan right now. There is a lot of work to do in order for the book to be ready by then.
So don't give up, my peeps! The series continues where it left off!
Hey, my peeps! How was your holiday weekend? Mine was pretty average, but I did get to go to a water park with the Jolly Giant Teenager (my oldest son). While he and his friend went on all the waterslides, I was sitting in a low chair by the edge of the wave pool with my feet in the water, my head back and my eyes closed. Just what I needed.
I've got good news and bad news. Let's start with the bad news. I found out yesterday that I will be having neck surgery. I've got one herniated disk, one ruptured disk and half of a disk floating around near my spinal cord. Not a good thing. They're going to put a plate in my neck and two screws.
So what's the good news? Writing is about the only activity that HAS NOT been banned after surgery. That means that The Vampire's Redemption might possibly be ready earlier than January! Woo-hoo!