Hello, wonderful people!

First off, I would like to thank you for visiting my blog!! It amazes me that I was even able to get this up without having a mental breakdown because these kind of tech-y things confuse me, and consequently, stress me out. But, alas, I am still sane, though mildly tired. I’m really not much of a night person–I enjoy sleeping too much, and I naturally wake up early. Yet, when I set my mind to do something, I must finish it, no matter how long it takes me… This is one of the reasons I had so many late nights while writing Mark of the Corripian (which I will hereby refer to as “MotC”). Once I got writing, I would not finish until the scene had played out. This got quite annoying after a while, and I had many talks with my characters about their bad timing, but they just don’t seem to care about my physical health. -_-

So, the first stage of editing for MotC is scheduled to begin next week, which I’m mildly stressing over. I just picked up my manuscript three days ago for the first time in over four months and began reading it, freshening up on the story (hey, just because I wrote it doesn’t mean I have it memorized!). Reading through it has been a far more difficult task than I had previously believed (in the past, it’s taken me 2-3 days to read through it), which is all due to the new member of my family: Auggie, my 2-month-old cockapoo. He requires constant attention and supervision, which leaves little time for reading. Though, I’m proud of myself for getting as far as I have: page 26 of 174 (this is my printed-out version, much shorter than the actual book will be). Anyways, I’m sure I’ll find a way to get through it. Eventually…

In the time being, if anyone has a question about my book, or my writing style, or anything at all, please feel free to message me on Facebook or email me- bhparker@ymail.com

I think I will probably spend most blog posts answering questions or writing about my characters, since I don’t find my life to be extremely interesting. So, please–Ask away! And thank you so much for your interest!!

Farewell to all,

B.H. Parker

“For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.” -Ecclesiastes 3:1 (ASV)

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