Wednesday, December 7, 2016

No Stories Again This Week, Sorry

I'm really, really sorry.

I had every intention to not only finish the last day of In/Exhale so I could resume posting, but also to continue Love UnSeen.

However, Friday night we had to take my dad to the ER, and he's been in ICU since.

As a result, I've had very little time to write between shuttling family to the hospital, hosting them at my house, and visiting him.

I hope I won't lose my day, but I understand if it's taken away from me.

My plan *is* to post at least every other week until I can get back to weekly posting.

Right now he has been improving, but I have no idea what condition he'll be in if he does make it through this, so it's possible I may have a lot to do in the future as well.

This is on top of all I'm dealing with with my own health.

Writing and sharing my writing with all of you is really important to me, and I'm really frustrated that I let you all down again.

Thanks for understanding,



  1. Sorry to hear about your dad and all your health problems.
    I hope this cheers you up a little.
    I started reading Love Unseen when you started posting it because I have a soft spot for , and I loved your writing style so much that I started reading In/Exhale immediately (which I hadn't read for some crazy reason). I'm almost finished with the second season and I'm so enthralled with it, that I sometimes even dream about Kai. It is so well written that I’ve found myself crying so many times. And that’s a good thing, making a reader feel, is not easy. So, thank you so much for sharing your talent with us.
    I hope your dad gets better soon, and I hope you feel better as well. Even though I love your writing, and miss it very much, don’t feel pressured to post. First comes our health and the wellness of our loved ones.

  2. I have not much to add to the wise comment above. I wish you and your family strength to get through these times.

  3. It was the same for me..I didn't read the I/E for a long time. But somehow I started and Downloaded the ebooks and read them in record time. I love your writing and I am looking forward to your stories continuing. But please take all the time you need. I know it's worth the wait.
    I really hope everything gets better for you soon.

  4. Take care of you and family and we will be here waiting.

  5. I sure hope your dad gets better soon. I know just how tough the waiting and watching can be. My prayers are with you and your family.

  6. Sorry to hear your father is sick. We completely understand! Take care of him and yourself!