A quick note for anyone who's emailed me... sorry I haven't gotten back to you. After that last blog post I did here, I found myself in the emergency room. Nine hours and a slew of tests.
It's been one of those weeks.
They still don't know what's wrong with me, though I'm feeling better now. I'm trying to take it easy.
Which means I've just been concentrating on the day job and the big project due on Monday and not much else. No energy left for anything else.
It really isn't fun having your health interrupted the day your book comes out.
But on a more interesting note, I got to study the ER. For nine hours. It was a fascinating study, especially after compared to the hospital I'd visited in Haiti two weeks ago. One of the tests I had was a CAT scan. They make you drink icky fluid with iodine in it and then take "slices" of your body.
A CAT scan is something hospitals in Haiti don't have. I think there may be one, or even two, in the whole country.
I don't ever take medical care for granted anymore, not since I started traveling to Third World countries.
On a brighter note, Tiger is holding his own with the cancer. I have a great dog food recipe I make each week and he loves it. Dolce is his usual "letmeplaywithtoyohboychasethetoyfunfunfunchase
chaseigottapeenow" self. I'm so glad he's in our lives.
I think tomorrow is my turn to blog over at Lori Devoti's blog, where she's doing a full moon of werewolves. Click here to access Lori's blog.
Be sure to stop by and leave a comment! She's giving away about $100 worth of books. Wow!
I tell you, having an Egyptian historical out at the same time you have a werewolf short story release can get pretty confusing. If my Khamsin warriors get hairy and start howling, don't blame me...
Til later! I'm going to go feed the Dolce and then watch TV on the couch.