Ugh. Would someone tell me why it's so humid? Why it's the kind of humid where you're sweating as you towel off from a shower, or the kind of humid where the clothes on the line don't dry for hours, or the kind of humid where even the carpet in your house feels damp? Our thermometer reads 88% humidity this AM. Can't it just rain and get it over with, already?
On the brighter side, I am working my way through yet another set of edits for Lost in Paradise, and I have a confession to make: I love this story. Even after reading over it a million times, and revisiting it every few weeks with my editor, I do. It was the first novel I ever wrote, and while it's changed a lot in plotline, my hero and heroine are pretty much exactly the same as when I first conceived them. It's just...it was so easy to write, once I finally sorted out the plot and the conflicts, and I still find all the characters so likable (that's not to say that Mrs. Giggles will agree, but...)
So I'm hoping that readers will feel the same way when it hits the shelves (sometime in mid-late fall, I think). I'm off to fininsh that today and then find a reprieve from the weather (which will include sitting in front of the AC with a tall glass of something cold and yummy, I'm thinking...)
Have a great weekend!