Gap Guilt

I know there have been some really huge time gaps in between chapter posts of Frost on JukePop, and I feel guilty about that. I wish I had more time to dedicate to my writing, but a lot has gone on this year. As previously stated, my last living grandparent died on April 9 of this year. Losing her kind of destroyed my creative flow. Not only that, but a week and a half later, Lake and I had to put the cat we’d adopted to sleep because feline Leukemia caused his organs to fail. We both hope Logan is resting peacefully, and even though we adopted two new fur babies shortly afterward, we still miss Logan. He was the first pet we had together as a couple. Our two new fur babies are happy and healthy, and a little on the goofy side. Why two? I just feel like cats should have a companion to play with while their people are at work. These two cats are actually a little more than healthy, they’re starting to look a bit on the overweight side, and I don’t know if it’s because they’re fixed or if they just eat too much. As for what else has gone on, I married the love of my life on July 11 and we went on a lovely little honeymoon cruise to Cozumel. I started a new job, too. Everything is keeping me fairly busy, but I will be finishing Frost before this winter is over. I have it completely plotted out, and am in the process of patching some plot holes I found in my outline. More to come soon!

About chelseacmoye

Wife. Mom. Pet Parent. Independent Author. AS in General Studies from Faulkner State Community College. BS in English from Troy University. Minored in creative writing. View all posts by chelseacmoye

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