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I have my cell phone alarm set for 30 minutes before bedtime to remind me to write something. Sometimes I cheat by ending in the middle of a conversation or event. It makes it easy to do something before bedtime even on days I am drained.

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Firlefanz: Didn't you create the latest covers for that series? (I seem to think that you did, but I could be wrong.) If so, could you combine images from each book to create the cover for the box? emoticon I haven't tried my hand at covers yet, so don't know how hard it actually is.

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I haven't been writing much, stress saps all my creative energy, but I did manage a bit. So I feel good about that anyways.



Some people do their best work when stressed, unfortunately I'm not one of them. I tend to bury my head in the sand when the world overwhelms me.

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I'm doing good. Glad to hear your Dad is doing better. Hope the doctors finally get him back on the road to good health.





PR: That's a clever idea. I've read where mother authors set an alarm to get up an hour or two before the house does and they have to do their daily chores.




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Trying: Very glad to hear your Dad is doing okay. It does sound like good progress, and maybe he won't need surgery at all. I bet you're all much relieved.

Glad to hear your lambs are doing fine. Best of luck for the HUGE one (you should name him "Hugo"), may his mom accept him after all.

Yes, stress does kill the creative process. I hope you can get back into it soon. emoticon emoticon

The interview went rather well, and I'm waiting for their decision now. Not expecting a lot, they had many, many applications. They were nice, however, and we agreed on many things.

Rick: Love your trick. I should do something similiar. emoticon

Jox: No, those new covers were a gift, and I'm coming to realize how bad they actually are. I mean, they look nice, but they lack that "wow-factor" that makes people take a second look. Mostly because they don't have that "glow" around the main characters.

I did create the cover for "Finderlohn", and it's more than useless. It is actually detrimental to sales because it doesn't signal "urban fantasy" at a glance. So people never even bother to read the description (which seems to be good).

I gathered my nerve and asked a really good cover designer. With a bit of luck, I managed to persuade him to do one for "Borderline", the short story I want to use as reward for signing up to my newsletter. If that turns out well, I'll probably splurge for new series covers, plus the boxed set cover.

Wishing you all a great writing day! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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I haven't played around with Wattpad's linked cover creator site yet ... but it could be a great place to play around with creating covers and learning from it ... then maybe see how fine an aptitude one has for creating them and maybe go from there. emoticon

Lani Diane Rich creates eCovers for $300 ... but she's Chick Lit, so not sure if she'd do dragons and fantasy. $300 ain't cheap, but it also isn't as expensive as most I've seen.




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The designer I'm talking to is offering an ebook package for $150, and another package for ebook and print for $200. I've seen his work and it is gorgeous.

He is willing to create a cover for me. I picked people for the cover, and the dragons will be in the background. He says it'll be done in March.

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I'm trying to jumpstart my book sales. If this cover works out well, I'm quite willing to keep working with him, especially for the Konrad novels - urban fantasy - and my Zell stuff - SF romance. Maybe go through another round of covers for the dragon stories...

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Good idea P.R.!
Before having to get up in the middle of the night to look after lambs I was waking up at 5:30ish to write before everyone else got up. It was so nice, but oh well. emoticon

Exactly, Jox, I couldn't even read or play creative games. My mind was numb with worry. Glad you're doing good. emoticon

The surgery was for his arthritic knee(s), so kinda sad it was delayed but at least this happened before and not after when he would have been bleeding from the cuts. Plus his new puffer is getting his asthma under control again. So yeah he's feeling a lot better. emoticon

I'm glad the interview went good, Firle. And good luck with actually getting the job!
Yah for the cover! I hope it turns out amazing for you. emoticon

Hugo would be a good name for him. emoticon I'm actually a bit worried about him. He's about a week old and has been doing good but now he seems a [sign in to see URL]. Not seeming to want to eat from his mom or the bottle. I'm worried it's something from his birth finally showing up, which happens sometimes, or he got hurt trying to sneak milk from his mom. Of course he could be successfully sneaking and I'm just worrying for no reason... emoticon
There was another set of twins late last night, from a ewe we would've shipped if she hadn't already been pregnant because she hasn't proved to be a good mother. One of the lambs already has problems, the tendons of her back legs are too short so her hooves are folded backwards and she's walking on the front of her ankle area. Sometimes they straighten on their own and you can help by trying to flex the lamb's ankle but other times they wear the front of their hooves to the bone. emoticon We'll see I guess...
On the whole though lambing has gone amazing and only eight left to go!

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Firlefanz: I hope it works out, and it brings in more readers.

Trying: Can you not wrap the legs so they stay in place like they're supposed to? We raised hogs when I was in grade school. The runts were always my favorites. Mom would bring them into the house and take care of them until they could go back out into the pen.

We have goats here too, but I've never seen anyone raising sheep. I thought that if we were to ever have to raise animals for profit again, I'd go with alpacas. I read you don't have to be with them when they bear their young. You just need Llamas to protect them from the coyotes. Though, I'm not sure if there's a market in my area for wool/fleece. I didn't look that closely into it. I just knew I didn't want to deal with chicken houses. Too much work, and I couldn't kill them if it was necessary.




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Still nothing from the job. I decided it means I'm not getting it, and I'm trying to move on with my life.

Woke up feeling very headachy and ill, but an aspirin helped. It's a gorgeous day today, cold and sunny. Love those winter days! And the sun rose and shone into my kitchen window at 8am! Spring is coming.

The paranormal story is growing slowly. Still exhausted, but I know I need to write more, and finish stories that will help with marketing. The paranormal romance one isn't, really...

Trying: Good luck with the lambs! I hope Hugo turns out to be okay, and that little lamb will fix its hooves. emoticon emoticon

And of course, lots and lots of good luck for your Dad! emoticon

Jox: Alpacas sound awesome. emoticon

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Jox: Alpacas sound awesome. emoticon



Right now we lease out the farmland. The farmer raises corn and soybeans. He used to raise wheat too, but it doesn't make enough money anymore to hassle with. The 'Alpaca' idea was a 'what if' solution should we have to go a different route.

I like that we wouldn't have to slaughter them, or take them to market for slaughter. And they're hassle free as far as birthing is concerned. Though I really don't know if there is a market for their fleece close enough to my area to mess with.

Never mentioned my idea to my sister and brother-in-law, as we're doing okay for now. It's just a backup plan to suggest if we need to make more profits from the farm to live on. Of course, selling lots or the entire farm is an option as well, but we like living on enough land where we can keep close neighbors at bay.




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Jox: That is a neat back-up plan. And I understand wanting to keep neighbors at bay.
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I'm a little out of it - seems I caught the flu or something, and I spent most of the day either napping in bed or just sitting at the computer. Called in sick today and tomorrow.

If it's the flu, it's a mild version. Slight fever, aches and pains, mostly headaches, and sleeping lots is helping. Never had a cold behave like that.

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I hope you get better quickly and you don't get the full effects. I had the flu once as a teenager in high school. Dad was the only one who didn't get it. Lucky him. Though if he had, I'm sure his would have been sooooo much worse than ours. The man-flu is awful. emoticon emoticon <---- lol & rofl




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Yeah, I know I need to fix the smilies...

Feeling worse today. *sigh* And that after lots of sleep. emoticon

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Jox: Thank you for the heads up. I fixed the smilies. emoticon

Firle: I don't know which version of the flu you caught, but the symptoms sound similar to the one I fought. I slept for four days and had a zero appetite.

Yesterday morning the gasoline price at my gas station was $[sign in to see URL] (price war with a new gas station across the street). emoticon

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PR: You're welcome.

Firle: Sorry you're feeling worse. The only good thing about being sick is that each day brings to closer to being over it.




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Rick: Thank you so much for fixing the smilies. I just had no energy at all.

I'm pretty sure this is the flu, but a very mild version. I'm making myself eat and drink. And I walked to the store today to get some groceries (not much, mind you, basically milk and some lunch stuff), and walking up those four flights of stairs made it clear I have little strength left.

Having said that, I feel much better today. emoticon

Jox: Thanks. emoticon I want to avoid a Doc visit. Not because I don't like her, and hey, I wouldn't mind more official sick days. But I'm worried I'll catch worse sitting in that waiting room. I'm pretty sure I caught this stuff on the train...

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Yeah. In your 'weakened' state you should probably avoid as much germs as possible. Plus, I've heard it's best to wait a week or two to visit a doctor as most illnesses have come and gone by then. You really only need the doctor for serious stuff. Too much medication can make you more prone to illnesses.

I've read online that cleaning your house with vinegar and hydrogen peroxide can help kill germs and sanitize everything. I sometimes pour vinegar in bowls and glasses to place around the house to try and clean the air. (In the Winter, after I got over a bug/illness, Mom would close off my bedroom and open up all of the windows to let my room freeze for a few hours and kill all of the germs.)




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That works. emoticon

Right now, the air in my apartment is rather dry. Which happens when you air the rooms in cold winter weather and then heat the air. That is actually good for getting rid of vermin, but not for getting rid of flu germs - they survive longer in dry air.

I'm getting better, but I had a really bad night last night (plus being more than normally upset about that shooting at Parkland), so I'm tired. emoticon

Still, I'm good enough that I'll go back to work tomorrow.

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Glad you're starting to feel better.




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My wife and I went on a "movie-date" today. The movie was "Black Panther," and I thought it was a good one but my wife said she was confused for over half the movie.

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I've seen a lot of happy reviews of Black Panther on FB. Not a movie person, so I probably won't see it.

I'm back at work. Not entirely fit, but better than catching something else in a doctor's waiting room...

I'm brainstorming how to change the way I reach out to writers in order to offer my coaching expertise. And of course, this is also supposed to be fun - if I want more chores, I might as well work full-time.

I also need to make writing fun again...

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Still recovering from the flu. Stared at FB for most of the time yesterday.

I'm also worried and upset about a new data protection regulation by the EU which will go into effect in May. It's sweeping and demands a lot of work from every business owner, no matter how small. (Fines for non-compliance are 20 million Euro or more. Yes, that would bankrupt me for the rest of my life.) Biggest is a new data protection policy statement which will probably cost me money to set up in a legally tight way.

Until I have clarity about which services I can still use, I can't even plan online classes. (YouTube? WordPress? Zoom? PayPal? AWeber? I must ensure they comply, and post links to their certificates, or I can't use them.)

So for now, I can and should focus on writing. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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This morning I decided to explore some coding options for a new skin project. Instead of taking the traditional route I tried everything I could think of to avoid it.

I discovered some lovely effects that may find their way into some other project someday in the future, but no other method of getting the results I am after for this current project.

It was fun exploring, but it meant no story editing today.

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Sadly he didn't make it. emoticon Sometimes I wish animals could talk so they could tell us what is wrong. emoticon

Yes you can split them, Jox, if the tendons aren't too tight. Duct tape works great... emoticon After I flexed her hooves for a couple days they straighten out. But something still feels wrong, maybe the blood got cut off. emoticon
Aw, it's usually me who looks after the runt/bottle-babies. I love it when it goes good, hate it when goes badly.
Your idea for an alpaca farm sounds cool and who knows there maybe hand-spinners in the area that would want the wool.

That's too bad about the job, Firle, and to get sick on top of it. emoticon 20 mill- Holy Moly! That's crazy! I hope you can get things figured without too much trouble.

Sounds like an interesting project, P.R. Hope you can find one that works for you.

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Rick: Sounds like you had fun! emoticon

Trying: So sad he died. And I hope you can make those feet work. Yeah, animals can't tell us what's wrong... I think you're doing good saving as many as you do. emoticon emoticon

Did some more tapping on releasing the flu yesterday, and I am stronger today. Still getting a little light-headed when walking fast. I hope that'll go away this week.

Weather is nice and cold. I like it that way. It makes walking fun.

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I lost power at my house for most of the day. The new roof sprung a leak. They (the roofing company) came out to repair it "no charge," and will be replacing the ceiling next week, also "no charge."

There are icicles on all the trees which is pretty.

No power meant no story-editing for the second day in a row! *argh*

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That's what a 'print' copy is for. emoticon emoticon




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Phew, I'm glad they are fixing the roof and the ceiling. What a bummer, though.

The story won't run away!

It snowed again. My inner child loves snow, and walking through crunchy fresh snow gives me true delight. I'm tired of winter, but we'll have icy cold temps in the next week or so.

Still recovering from the flu, gradually getting my strength back. Have a client session today, which means cleaning...

I also set up my blog post. I will stop writing blog posts after next week. I'm so done with them - no results in years. So I'm finally doing something about that, and I'm planning to do more video. We'll see how that goes.

I also hope to interview writers and do some live tapping on their blocks.

There's a part of me who just wants to give up.

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HI [sign in to see URL], Mystical Adventures loads just fine and is working fast! emoticon

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"It's always darkest before the dawn."

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