Because my editing schedule is tight. We had some changes last week so I’ve had to juggle my schedule and I don’t have time to dilly-dally.

But since Brianna is currently in her crib screaming as though I’m murdering her, thus making it impossible for me to concentrate on editing, I might as well blog. We read Alexander and the Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad day before naptime. I’m thinking I’ll move to Australia. We also read Goodnight Moon. Four times.

I have a couple of subjects I’ve been planning on blogging about, including pacing and…something else that escapes me right now…but those are on the back burner until I have, uh, time. *snort*

And the screaming continues.

I did final line edits on a m/m book this weekend. Samhain has three m/m books coming out in May. Sadly, none are edited by me. Does anyone out there want to write me a paranormal m/m book because I think that would be wicked cool (not to mention a fabulous seller). No really. Anyone?

Stop the madness (at least let her go to sleep and stop the screaming) Please.

I’m in the process of reading Extreme Exposure by Pamela Clare, which I won from a contest on Alison Kent’s blog. It’s good but I haven’t had much time to read so it’s taking me awhile. I also got Parallel Attractions by Diedre Knight, which I’m eager to try and this Lisa Kleypas book that Kristie browbeat me *grin* into buying that I don’t want to leave sitting around too long. That happens to historicals at my house. Plus Bump in the Night with J.D. Robb and Dates from Hell with Kim Harrison. And I have to read something for the TBR challenge! I don’t know what that’s going to be, though God knows I have plenty of books that have been on my TBR shelves far longer than six months. I’ll bet I could find a couple that have been residing there for six years (no, I’m not joking).

Yes, she’s still screaming. *sob*

Let’s see…what other mundane details can I bore you with? I’m picking out new glasses. I wear my contacts all the time, I hate glasses, but I’m finding with the amount of time I’m spending on the computer, I need to be able to switch to glasses to give my eyes a break. I know the basic style of frames I want (the trendier darker frames), I just have to find a place to buy glasses that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Of course, the frames I picked out at Sears are only $120 *rolling eyes*

Blessed Silence. Oh okay, I admit it. I cheated and nursed her to sleep. And still she whimpered when I put her back down. But one nursing session at naptime in over three weeks of weaning isn’t too bad!

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