Monday, May 31, 2010
On a completely different note, I am this close to done with the half of the True Gold that takes place in the Klondike. When I finish it, hopefully by the end of June, I will be starting on the other half of the book, which takes place back in Yellowstone and Helena, Montana, the settings of Repeating History, with a completely different point of view character. When I have finished that half, I will be putting the two stories together in alternating chapters, and weaving them together at the end. It's going to be complicated. Wish me luck.
And on one last again completely different note, I have finally started piecing the new quilt that's been in the planning stages for a very long time. It is a Storm at Sea pattern, but I am doing it in flame colors, and with an unusual color arrangement, mostly to avoid needing "light red," otherwise known as pink, which is not a flame color. This is what, with any luck, it will look like someday: