I don't expect I'll be posting much in the next month or so. Things are FAST coming to a boil here in the Aloha State. Soon, my reluctant behind will be ensconced in Northern Alabama, getting used to cooler temperatures and whining about the lack of an ocean view. I am not a happy camper. And I am a happy camper at the same time. Finally, we'll be with family again, and that's a good thing. And I'll acclimate. Such is life.
Tomorrow, I'm teaching a workshop on dialogue at the Bamboo Ridge Writers Institute conference in Honolulu. Should be fun! My co-presenter is Michael Little, a fellow RWA member and all around funny and talented guy.
I know I've not written anything about the booksigning. It was fun, and boring at the same time. Chatting with friends was fun. Trying to entice the Honolulu lunch rush into a short story anthology was not so fun. I have pictures, which I'll try to get uploaded soon.
Many things are getting ready to happen here. The movers are coming in a week. Mike's last day of work, we found out, is next week and not the end of Oct as we thought. He's been earning leave, which gets tacked onto the 90 days he already has, so now we'll have a few extra days to do some last minute sightseeing. We may fly to another island, or we may just stay on Oahu and enjoy all the things we love about this island.
I've still got much to do around here, so my online time is limited. Watch for drive-by blogging. Aloha nui loa.