I’m Still Alive

I received a couple of emails asking if I was okay. To be fair, it has been a long time since I’ve blogged. We just got our beds on Friday. Long story short, the furniture salesman forgot to schedule us in for delivery, so that pushed things back. We are all now officially moved into the new house. I don’t know if many friendships could survive two months of being under the same roof, but Janet Nitsick, a wonderful friend who is also a historical western romance author, and I are still on good terms. The time just flew by, and I had a lot of fun staying with her. It doesn’t feel like I’ve been in Omaha since January 7th. It was definitely the right move. Looking back, I feel like it was a huge mistake to move to Montana. I’m back where I belong.

Even though I’m officially in my new home, there’s still stuff I need to do before I’m ready to get back to writing. My youngest opted to be homeschooled shortly after trying the high school in town. I had to look up homeschool laws and requirements for Nebraska since I was only familiar with the process in Montana. I am working on his assignments and trying to get him caught up in the required hours he needs for the semester. That’s taking up most of my free time. My guess is that I can’t even pick up on my writing for another week or two.

I was planning to have Secret Admirer out in March, but there’s no way I’m ready to even finish up with the edits and format for that story. So maybe April will be the month. In the meantime, Janet and I have come up with a really fun idea that I think some of you will enjoy. I’ll go more into that in a future post.

I saw that a couple of people commented on my last post, and I did read and enjoyed the comments, but it’s been so long that I made the post that I have decided to let them go unanswered. I’m sorry for that to those who commented. I’ll try to do a better job of responding in the future. I would like to focus on getting back to writing before I pick up on blogging regularly again. My guess is that I’ll have the time to sit and blog in another month. Because of that, I’m going to turn off comments for this post. I don’t want to forget to comment on two posts in a row. There’s still a few things I need to get done before I can get into a routine.

To those who emailed me asking if I’m okay, I appreciate the concern. Thankfully, everything is fine. 😀 I’m just busy, that’s all.

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to other genres, but her first love is historical romance. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and a couple of children. To find out more about her books, go to https://ruthannnordinsbooks.wordpress.com/.
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