My Dad has been diagnosed with brain cancer. He has already had surgery and a course of Radiotherapy. He has been registered blind as the tumour is sitting on the nerves that controls vision. His prognosis is not good.
It has been a traumatic time, more so for him as he is the one that is actually experiencing it all firsthand. We are all mere bystanders as he battles against the most evil disease with a courage that I don't know I could muster.
My creative streak came to a sudden (and rather brutal) end. I did consider quitting altogether, but, as I am fond of saying, it's a comma - not a full stop.
I am writing again, albeit a much slower pace. I have not one but two(!) novels in the works with a third on the back-burner. How long they will take to complete but there will be sporadic updates on their progress.
I have my first self-published paperback almost ready to go. Once my business with the IRS is completed then I will be launching. I will be blogging, both here and as a guest on other sites with more regularity.
So thank you to those have already me, and hello to those who will get to know me...
P.S. You'll be seeing a donate link on my blogs from now on. It takes you to the Macmillan Nurses page. They have been angels and helped so much during my Dad's treatment. If you can, please send them something...