It's been a heck of a week for me. I co-hosted the Insecure Writer's Support Group on Wednesday. That kept me plenty busy, but as always, it was a lot of fun. The IWSG admins also announced the winners of the anthology contest that day, and my short story "Felix Was Here" was selected as the winner. I'm not going to lie. When I first found out that I'd won, it was a shock. The competition was stiff. You only have to look at the list of entries that made the anthology to see that. Heck, you only need to look at a list of IWSG members to know that's the case. We may be an insecure bunch, but there's plenty of talent to be found.
Anyway, since that happened, I have a guest post appearing on Monday, January 11th on the IWSG website about submitting to anthologies. If you're interested, check it out!
Life is starting to settle back into a regular routine after the holiday craziness. That'll be good for my writing schedule. As much as I love that time of year, normalcy is a good thing too.
One of my closest friends is expecting a baby girl any day now. Her due date was actually January 6th, so it's just a waiting game at this point. I know she's anxious and ready to get it over with. This is her third child, so she knows as well as anyone how hard it is to guess when the baby will decide to make an appearance.
What would you like to celebrate?