No Blogging in Church

OK I’m not really blogging in church but I am writing this in the car on the way to church. The kids are back in school and this year’s schedule is reading friendly. It’s good for my day job too. I have a nice long uninterrupted day. When they get home, I get to be mom/taxi driver. I finished the All-of-Kind series and Ramona and Her Father. I’m also reading Merlin’s Blade. Taking advantage of my new schedule, I made good progress on The Count of Monte Christo. I have a sparkling and tidy home office to show for it.

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About Gretchen E K Engel

Chemical engineer by day, spec fiction writer by night

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