I know, I know. It's been a year since I posted. A year!
I have an excuse, I swear. It's a good one too. It's called.... 2018.
Yep, 2018 has been an extremely cruel year to me and my family.
First, there was a shooting threat at my kids' school at the beginning of the year. So I pulled them and began homeschooling them.
Next, my mother had a heart attack and wasn't expected to make it through heart surgery. Thankfully she did. Then she came to live with us. The day before she was supposed to go back to her home, she suffered a pulmonary embolism in my hall way. Somehow she survived. She went back to the hospital, then to a nursing home, and just went home two days before Thanksgiving.
During that, I continued to home school my three kids.
Then came my health.
After an extremely stressful Spring, Summer, and Fall, I went into my doctor to discover that, though I'd lost weight and was trying to eat healthy (I tend to snack during stress), I had developed diabetes. Couple this with my back going out constantly, and my body feels broken.
I have made the decision to put my children back in public school. This is something that causes me a great amount of anxiety, but I feel it is the best I can do for my children in order to give them a proper education.
But there is a silver lining.
After a year of writer's block, I am happy to say that I will be publishing my first book in two years this December!
"Queen of His Heart" is scheduled to release December 27, 2018.
Additionally, I am back writing. So the continuation of "The Untold Stories" is on it's way.
It's great to be back. I've missed you all!