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A Descent into Literary Madness July 25, 2015

Hello everyone! Chris here again. Megan and I wanted to apologize for being absent from the blogosphere for so long. Wednesday kind of came and went around us. You see, this past Tuesday, Megan and I hiked the near equivalent of hiking into and out of the Grand Canyon (elevation-wise). Though, I’d say what we did was technically more difficult as it involved scrambling and scaling some pretty sketchy scree above some fairly intense slopes. It took us almost eleven hours to go up and come back down. Needless to say, we were beat. We’ll post some pictures during another post, but for now, I’d like to talk to you about my wife’s descent into madness.

She’s currently submitting two different novels from two different genres to agents. We’re both hopeful (for one agent in particular), but the waiting game is really difficult. Luckily, we’re finding distraction in the form of helping write a new musical for a company we’ve worked with for the past six years. And whenever we’re not doing that, we’re daydreaming about condos we’d like to purchase. Trulia and Zillow are a little dangerous. It’s a bit of an obsession.

So, that’s where we are in life. Please forgive the lack of posts, and know that we’ll have a great one for you on Monday. In the meantime, Megan will continue to obsess over agents while writing a new novel (one that I’m incredibly excited about), I’ll continue to write my music, and we’ll both be daydreaming about being homeowners. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!


2 Responses to “A Descent into Literary Madness”

  1. FierySeas Says:

    Good luck, Megan!

  2. Thom Hickey Says:

    Keep all those plates thrillingly spinning! Regards Thom.

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