...and doesn't even bother signaling.
The plan was to post a blog review, or at least another blog post, before this much time had elapsed. However, a relative - one of hubby's uncles who was always very good to us - passed away, so we tidied up affairs at home in a hurry and drove out to the east coast for the visitation service. While we were out that way, we also stopped in to see one of our other favorite relatives, an aunt and uncle who live in the lovely town of Frostburg in western Maryland.
As my sister joked, the only time one gets to catch up with the distant cousins and other not-so-close relatives is at funerals and weddings. It's a sad truism, I'm afraid, with families being scattered all over the country and globe these days.
So, the blog review has to wait because I've also missed out on the amazing WriteOnCon and I want to go catch up on the events from the past week. :}
In the meantime, there's an interesting article from Writer's Digest on whether you should post your novel online for free. My SF critique group has discussed this before. It's always interesting to read more perspectives on it.
"There is no such thing in anyone's life as an unimportant day." – Alexander Woolcott