The light at the end of the tunnel

After two years of trudging through classes at UT, Mrs. V finally graduated yesterday with her Master’s in Business Administration (MBA to all of you acronym-happy people). We met a lot of cool (but usually drunk) people through the program, and I’m looking forward to staying in touch with most of them.

Mrs. V and I had an early graduation celebration last week. We went to San Antonio and saw the theatrical production of the Lion King (highly recommended) and visited the zoo. We rounded out the weekend by stopping off in Gruene, TX for an afternoon of tubing down the river.

Writing hasn’t been going too well – with everything else going on, it’s been pretty difficult finding time to write. But I am being productive in the few hours a week I have to write, so I guess I can’t complain too much. This next novel features a male as the main character (MC), but I’m finding that the female lead is really the star of the story. I thought about writing it from her POV, but I kinda like the idea of the reader struggling along with the MC to determine what’s going on with her.

FYI – check our Miss P’s blog entry about getting her first editorial letter on her upcoming book. It’s too funny.

One Response to “The light at the end of the tunnel”

  1. Miss P AKA Her Royal Cliqueness

    Hey V. Shh…don’t tell anyone I took a few minutes out to comment.

    I know what you mean about finding time to write. The next few weeks I have a million things going on at work and personally…yet gotta get the edits in to Stacey by 6-15.


    Reading blogs is the one pleasure I allow myself, albeit for a much shorter time period these days.

    Thanks for the shout-out. It eases my anxiety to share my crazy writing experiences. And if it makes people laugh, all the better…helps me to laugh at myself!