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I just got a new kitten and made him his own blog (at his insistence): In Loki's Words.
Partly because I am a crazy cat lady and partly because I need to try and do something all the time for writing. It's fun, simple, and he's a kitten so it doesn't have to be perfect.

I think what I am experiencing is final book syndrome. Working on this last Nether book, while fun, is hard and sad at the same time. I don't want to say goodbye to these characters, but the story must come to an end. I ended up taking last week off (unintentionally) due to being on new medication (it's safe for me and baby) but I was having some side effect issues. The doctor advised all the things I was experiencing were normal and after a few days they should subside.  They finally did but it literally took all week. And today I haven't been able to get anything done because I have been acclimating our new Bengal kitten into our home. I really feel like this is practice for a newborn. I forgot how much work eight week old kittens can be! But, he is adorable and we already have a very close bond. I think Mooshu had a lot to do with it. He is my little guardian angel cat and I oddly see a lot of similarities between things he used to do and things Loki does. They are different but in some ways the same.

I'll be back Wednesday for a WIP post!

Bonnie Rae

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