I have been lapse in my posts, so forgive me. I'm trying to finish up my studies for a rather intense network security certification test, and I've luckily been asked to be an editor for a second area of Bright Hub (a website I write and edit articles for). So to say I've been swamped is an understatement. I have managed to get some writing done however, so that's a good thing.
I have been pushing forward on my story Illusions of A Deity, which will most likely end up as a short story (at least for now). I'm trying to use this opportunity to hone my craft more, not think so much about how I'm writing and just get it all down. Thankfully, I can say I am making progress and slowly learning to leave editing for the 2nd draft.
I'm also making my way through the book Devil's Gold by Julie Korzenko. I won this a while back in a contest, and after chatting with the author briefly, I have managed to wrangle an interview. I will be putting up both the interview and review of this book sometime later this month. From what I've read so far however, this is an engaging story that is definitely keeping my attention.
Lastly, I received a notice from Barnes and Noble bookstore that Dan Brown's latest entry in the saga of the Da Vinci Code storyline is coming out soon, and I'll be able to save a little bit pre-ordering it. The book is titled The Lost Symbol, and evidently the events in it happen just after the Da Vinci Code. I'm a fan of his literature, so you know I'll be picking it up. Now I'm off to peruse everyone else's blogs, since I am woefully behind on dropping by. My apologies, friends.