So I Figured

Clarence In His Burrow

When the time came to write this week’s Wednesday Wanderings, I had no idea what to wander on about.

I did, however, have ample ideas as to what to write on my current work-in-progress, the yet-untitled fourth book in the Star Kingdom (aka Stephanie Harrington or Treecat) series that I am writing with David Weber.

So I figured as follows…

Most of you who read these wanderings do so because you’re interested in my fiction writing or, perhaps, in snippets from the life of the person who has written fiction that you have enjoyed.  In that case, you’d be glad that I was spending my time writing fiction.

Those of you who look these up because you’re family or friends and want to know what’s going on at Chez Lindskold/Moore would know that a Jane Who Is Writing Fiction is a happy and contented Jane.  Therefore, you’d rather have me writing on SK4 than staring at the screen, trying to figure out what clever thing I could wander on about.

As for the rest of you, those who are reading this for reasons I cannot fathom, here is a picture of Clarence the Toad in his burrow.  I’ll add to it an invitation to ask questions that might plant the seeds for future Wednesday Wanderings.

Now, off to the planet Sphinx, in the Star Kingdom of Manticore, where…  No, I’m not teasing, I won’t know what happens until I write it!


5 Responses to “So I Figured”

  1. King Ben's Grandma Says:

    You stay in your “burrow”, writing and Clarence can stay in his, toading. You’ll both be happy.😁

  2. Harried Harry Says:

    Enjoy your time “burrowing in” and we’ll enjoy anticipating the outcomes from your endeavors. The Spring is sprung so we need to plant our gardens soon. The temps are getting very warm (high 90’s) so I’m waiting for the tires to show up so I can fix the tractor, and plant the yard. I’ve been breaking things most of the week, so now I need to repair them. The Swamp Cooler (S/C) burst a line, so I spent a few hours on the roof repairing it, then I mowed the grass and broke a sprinkler off, now I’m repairing it, then a belt on the mower became very loose & worn, so I spent time trying to buy one. At least it is nice in the a.m. so the dogs enjoy their walks.

    As for Sphinx, just be careful of the cats and how they get along with “people”.

    • janelindskold Says:

      You have it backwards, dear sir. Treecats consider themselves People and find humans astonishing for their ability to cope without basic telepathy and telempathy.

      Good luck with fixing your garden tools.

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