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WIP Wednesday

What's that? I am actually blogging?

L O L

I try. I won't lie, I am hard pressed for time with a baby but I am pre-scheduling posts so that should help me.

WIP Wednesday tunes this week are:

 Say Something - A Great Big World Featuring Christina Aguilera

Asleep - The Smiths

Warrior - Beth Crowley

I am struggling to find time to write, but when I do these songs have been on repeat this week. Trying to find a good rhythm to write/read/critique/blog is challenging. I know that once baby is on a better schedule things will get easier. I want to thank all of you who keep checking back with my blog to see if there is a post. It means the world to me. I am working on plenty of posts for the month by writing them in advance so please continue to check this space out. I will be showcasing some other fascinating authors and their up coming/current releases. 

=)

Right now I must go feed my cat, Loki. He is stalking me and the longer I put off filling up his bowl with food the more at risk my ankles are.

Bonnie Rae

Comments

  1. Haha, cats and babies must have their mom! *hugs* Glad to see you're still alive and kicking.

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  2. I'm sure you'll get back on track! I'm also having problems with the same stuff ... sans baby. But we'll make it through!! Also, I LOVE Say Something. It's on my WIP playlist too. I've never heard the other two, but they're great too. I may just steal them. :) Keep it up!

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