An Empty Cup by Sarah Price

My last post was 2 months ago, so where have I been? Working. Just working. It’s been a tough few months at my full-time job, mostly because the full-time turned into all-time. I’m talking twelve-to-fourteen hour days, six days a week, whine, whine, whine.

It’s a good feeling to finally emerge from the tunnel into the light. And now that I’m back to regular work days and my weekends are my own, I know exactly how I’m going to spend my newly-found leisure time: Leisuring. (If that’s not a real word, it should be.)

Cover_An Empty CupI have some writing of my own to do if I’m going to finish my next book this year (I’m way behind in my daily writing goals), and I’ve collected an impressively tall to-be-read pile that I’m ready to dive into.

Drum roll, please.

I just figuratively reached my hand into that electronic TBR pile and this is the book I selected to read first. It’s nice to be back in the real world!

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