We've been eating out or doing take-out for two weeks.
I'm ready to cook!
"Who said that?"
Really, me, I'm ready to cook. I managed to write 500 words.
Saturday morning, I gave a talk at the main library. I took my laptop so I could find time to write. I promoted the tar out of my November release Holiday Homecoming. I also handed out a flier promoting the anthology I'm in. If you pre-order Mistletoe Kisses during the month of November, it's only 99 cents.
The minute I finished, I hurried home and packed so we could head to Legoland. We checked into the hotel and I opened laptop and started writing. Sunday morning, we hit the park. Here is my nine-year-old. I think he's in love.
After the park closed, we had dinner with family and back to our room. Hubby watched tv. Son built a lego. Me, I wrote. It's what I do.
The one thing I didn't realize about being a published authors was how true the say: Have Laptop Will Travel
I guess I should have realized it during my honeymoon when I was writing the final chapter to a book that was due.
So, how about you? Where does your laptop travel?
Pamela Tracy's November release Holiday Homecoming is available now at eHarlequin.