Being sick is no fun. I’m on Day 10 with a pretty nasty chest illness that’s knocked me on my butt. I have gotten nothing accomplished during this time unless you count the muscle I pulled last night coughing or the tooth I chipped last Thursday on a throat lozenge.
Friday, my dentist suggested that I write about my experience getting the tooth prepped for a crown. Apparently, porcelain is very hard to get through, even with a diamond encrusted drill bit. I love my dentist (and he is fantastically skilled) but if I do a torture scene with Lombardi and Brewer… well, it all starts with a throat lozenge.
The good news is that I think I am on the mend. I still have a low grade fever and a slight cough but the sore throat is mostly gone and I feel much better than I have the past many days. I’m actually going to resume writing, only six short months before I would like to have Book 4 released!
The reception to Book 3 has been wonderful. Many thanks to you guys for purchasing The Wrong Side of Space and especially to those of you who have taken the time to post reviews. Ask any independent author and they will tell you the reviews are always appreciated.