Summer Break

Ashley Pond Park in Los Alamos, NM

“Women need real moments of solitude and self-reflection to balance out how much of ourselves we give away.” ~ Barbara De Angelis

For the last few days I’ve felt restless. It feels like big changes are coming. I guess it’s time to take stock of my activities, not that there are that many, but, I need to do some life evaluation. One of the things I’ve decided to do is sit down and do the audiobook recording of my novel, The Space Between Time. It’s a long book so it will take some time just to read, then there is the editing to do, which I’m learning to do myself. I also want to clear space to do more work on my second novel, Time’s Echo.

Since I’m rather single minded, this means I may not be writing regular posts for a few weeks. No doubt something will come into my head that I’ll just have to share with you, and I’ll check in every once in a while to let you know how my projects are coming along, but it’s time to take another little break from writing these twice-weekly posts.

I hope you take some time for a vacation, or some kind of get away that relaxes your mind as well as your body. See you on the other side.

Just a reminder that both my books are half off at Smashwords through the end of July. Happy reading.

Thanks for reading, liking and commenting. I appreciate it.

Lucinda Sage-Midgorden © 2018

Lucinda is the author of The Space Between Time, an award finalist in the “Fiction: Fantasy” category of the 2017 Best Book Awards. It’s a historical, time-travel, magical realism, women’s novel, and is available in all ebook formats at Smashwords, or you can find the ebook at iBooks or Barnes and Noble. If you prefer a physical copy, you can find a print-on-demand version at Amazon. To join her email list, click here. She will never sell the names on her list.

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I grew up in the West, the descendant of people traveling by wagon train to a new life. Some of their determination and wanderlust became a part of me. I imagine them sitting around the campfire telling stories, which is why I became first a theatre artist, then a teacher and now a writer. They are all ways of telling stories.

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