Instead I'm going to tell you about my books. Writers write, right?
Discovering Ren, the first of my planned trilogy (what fantasy author doesn't set out to write a trilogy? Especially a Christian fantasy author?), is completed and I'm actively seeking publication. That's a story in itself. In the "more fun" category, I'm on chapter fifteen of the as yet unnamed sequel. It's a struggle, not to get the words out, but to find time and more often, energy to write. When I was an English major, I used to wonder why there weren't more women in the canon. Now I know why - moms have so many claims on their time and attention that it's a huge achievement to carve out enough for a novel.
I expect that book #2 will be completed by the end of the year. It's different from the first in that it's told in the first person, by a protagonist who is struggling to understand his own faith. Max's relationship with the divine focuses on the Son, whereas Isadora relates more to the Spirit. And young Hiram, when his turn comes, will explore the Father.
Wish me luck, dear readers, and I hope to hear from many of you. I'll continue to post on progress.