Work, Work, Work

So far I’ve completed two interviews for the new blog tour for Incantation Paradox and I have two guest posts started, those are harder to finish. I find them easy to start but hard to complete.

The edits my editor sent for White Swans are almost done, but not quite. When it come to edits I  always find something better to do. At least, it feels like something better because I hate edits so much, boring, boring… Right now I’m in the process of reading sections, looking for a particular detail because I have a small plot hole I need to fix. It all has to do with the distance from one place to another. As always, when I’m looking for something, I can never find it.

KendÍka is upset with me and has gone home to Regency for a few days. I do miss her very much, but not her complaining.

I’m having a hard time verifying that the Pasquale Santino I have found is actually my grandfather’s brother. I need to do some more digging. I might need to contact the Siculiana to see if they have the birth certificates for my grandfather and his brothers. I’ll probably try to find birth certificates for my uncles also who, I believe, were born in St. Louis, Missouri. I’d like to see the certificates my grandfather used to make sure his sons left Italy, for the United States, when Mussolini started recruiting for the Russian front.

I need to get back to work.

About annamaria

Although born in the United States, Annamaria Bazzi spent a great deal of her childhood in Sicily, Italy, in a town called Sciacca. Italian was the language spoken at home. Therefore, she had no problems when she found herself growing up in a strange country. Upon returning to the states, she promised herself she would speak without an accent. She attended Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Computers with a minor in Spanish. Annamaria spent twenty years programming systems for large corporations, creating innovative solution, and addressing customer problems. During those years, she raised four daughters and one husband. Annamaria lives in Richmond Virginia with her small family where she now dedicates a good part of her day writing.
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