Friday, January 1, 2016


I would love to take a few minutes to write a truly inspirational post for this, the first day of 2016, but, frankly, Bill and Ted distilled it so much better than I ever could:

Think how much better the world would be if everyone did just that. :)

And now I'm off to begin my new year as I would like to continue it: working on a book. 

First up: Finish assiduously (wow, those SAT prep vocab words really do come in handy) perusing the First Pass pages of All Fixed Up.

Yup, it looks like a real book now! Stay tuned. May 24th will be here quicker than that jerk behind you at the light can honk when it turns green. ;)

May the coming year bring you health, happiness, and creative fulfillment! 


Diane Henders said...

Woohoo! Best New Year's Day activity: writing. Happy New Year, and have fun with All Fixed Up (I know we will, when we get it)! :-)

Elise Skidmore said...

The only good thing about rushing the year (not to mention my life) away with thoughts of May 26th is that that's when All Fixed Up will be out. Good luck with those final edits and have a fabulous New Year!
I shall endeavor to be as excellent as possible. Cha!

Patsy said...

Happy new year, Linda. Hope lots of good things happen for you.

Judy, Judy, Judy said...

Weird but I thought I already commented here. Anywho... hope 2016 brings you lots of laughter as that is what you bring me.
Can't wait for All Fixed Up!

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

Woo HOO! So May 24th is the target date for the next book, huh? That's also gonna be our 47th wedding anniversary. (Um, yeah, I was but a mere zygote when Smarticus married me...) Well, now I've got TWO thinks to mark on the calendar for that date. :)

Happy New Year, Linda! The best is yet to come.