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Friday, April 23, 2010


Wow! It's Friday already, huh? I wish I had something witty prepared for today, but I don't. My life has been turned upside down this week. My father-in-law is terribly sick and they can't figure out what's wrong with him. And if that wasn't enough, my little brother--very little, he turns 18 next month--overdosed and nearly died. He's fine now, out of ICU and they placed him in a Rehab Clinic today. My 8 and 12 year old boys were stunned that the young man they look up to and adore would do something so foolish. That's two of their heroes to disappoint them this year.

I did receive an awesome review of my book, Elfin Blood, this week. Thanks to the reviewer, Violet Harper, for the awesome review and the comment, "I strongly advise readers to carve out several uninterrupted hours before sitting down with Elfin Blood because this story is impossible to put down." For the full review, click on the book title above or here.

So, I'm sorry for having nothing today. But if you want to read something fun and thought-provoking, visit yesterday's blog with Angela Nichelle and the 5 Things you Shouldn't Say to a Romance Writer. That is worth reading!

Now, I really need to figure out a witty topic, write it up and send it off for an upcoming guest blog next week! Nearly impossible since I'm brain-dead!! Grr...

Hope everyone has a great weekend!

Emotionally drained and physically exhausted.

2 Moonbeams (comments):

Carrie said...

Awww! Gracen! If you need to talk, vent, ask questions, gain perspective - I'm here for you!

That's the problem with idols. We make them out to be perfect - they're only human and if we put too much pressure on people, well, they pop! Sometimes in ways we can expect and appreciate and sometimes in ways that shock, dismay and disappoint us.

The key is to find out why he did what he did. While it may feel like a foolish act to you and those around you, it might not have felt like a foolish act to him and making him feel that way will only fuel the fire.

Right now, what he needs is someone to listen and not judge him and accept him for who he is what he has done. That's the foundation he needs to start rebuilding his life.

It's okay for people we look up to to make mistakes, as long as we all learn from those mistakes.

Also, if he needs someone to talk to who isn't part of the family and doesn't know him, my door is open.

Molly Daniels said...