Where did my December go?

Sadly after a very productive NaNoWriMo November, December kicked my butt.  One ailment after another affected my productivity on book number three. I feel like I spent the entire month sleeping on the sofa or in a recliner. My cough still remains, but I vow starting Wednesday I will work all day every day.  

I’ve also slacked on promoting the release of book number two.  The Deed is available on most venues.  Reviews herald it’s better than The Proposal, book one in The Surrogate Series.  Look for it on Amazon, Kindle Unlimited, Nook, Kobo, and iTunes.  

I hope December delivered health and happiness to you and your family.  Enjoy visits with family and friends while celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza, and New Years.  Travel safe, hold love ones tight, and celebrate the season.

Thank you to fellow writers for your encouragement in realizing my goal of completing two books this year.  I’ve learned much from those I’ve met in our Facebook groups.  I look forward to a productive 2018, and continuing the promotion of my fellow indie authors.  

By haleyrhoadesauthor

Haley Rhoades’ writing is another bucket-list item coming to fruition, just like meeting Stephen Tyler, Ozzie Smith and skydiving. As she continues to write romance and young adult books, she plans to complete her remaining bucket-list items, including ghost-hunting, storm-chasing, and bungee jumping. She is a Netflix-binging, Converse-wearing, avidly-reading, traveling geek.
A team player, Haley thrived as her spouse’s career moved the family of four 10 times to four states. One move occurred eleven days after my C-section. Now with two adult sons, Haley copes with her newly emptied nest by writing and spoiling Nala, our precious Pomsky. A fly on the wall might laugh as she talks aloud to her fur-baby all day long.
Haley’s under five-foot, fun-size stature houses a full-size attitude. Her uber-competitiveness in all things entertains, frustrates, and challenges family and friends. Not one to shy away from a dare, she faces the consequences of a lost bet no matter the humiliation. Her fierce loyalty extends from family, to friends, to sports teams.
Haley’s guilty pleasures are Lifetime and Hallmark movies. Her other loves include all things peanut butter, Kansas City Chiefs, St.Louis Cardinals, Star Wars, mathematics, and travel. Past day jobs vary tremendously from an elementary special-education para-professional, to a YMCA sports director, to a retail store accounting coordinator, and finally a high school mathematics teacher.
Haley resides with her husband and fur-baby in a south Des Moines suburb. This Missouri-born girl enjoys the diversity the Midwest offers.
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