It is the month for very clever blogfests. You can still visit Christina Raines for her Childhood Monster blogfest fun. Lots of interesting stories and I met some even more interesting new bloggers
But today is brand new. Jeremy Bates, author of the suspense novel, White Lies, is currently on my TBR pile. Jeremy has put together The Dog Days of Summer Blogfest in which we are supposed to answer three questions.
1. Describe your favorite summer activity so far.
Tough pick for me so I'm mentioning two. In June my husband and I celebrated our anniversary by visiting our college age son who is doing an internship at a resort in the Poconos. We stayed two days and had great fun. The next week, my daughter and I traveled the seven hours to Boston for her three day orientation at Boston University. Beautiful city and hours in the car with my baby girl. What's not to love?
2. What activities do you plan before the summer ends?
I had three writing goals this summer and expect to meet them all by the end of August. I found a publishing home for my second epic fantasy series. I will have the third book in my first epic fantasy series on Amazon and everywhere else before September first. And I have completed a romance novel for my romance publisher. On a personal front, my oldest son bought his own home so I'm painting cleaning, rearranging and thinking about downsizing in the future.
3. If you could have the ultimate, dream vacation, what would it be?
Big question, but the answer is simple for me. I have two stepsons, married and in their own homes and four children of my own. All six kids were active in sports and all kinds of other things when growing up. As some of you know when you have multiple children, it's very difficult to schedule vacations without someone missing something. It's been years since we've all vacationed together. My dream is to somehow have everyone workout how we could spend a week together somewhere. All of us together.
Thank you, Jeremy for putting this together. I hope the days haven't been too doggy for everyone though I know large parts of the world are unusually dry and hot. Please visit some of the other participants and tells us how your summer is going.