I love the smell of rain as it “oxygenates” the air. It greens up the poor plants that have been suffering in the heat. It revives them. And it revives me. The storms, the thunder, the lightning… the rain.
I wanted to curl up and write on one of my vampire books, but my taskmaster said no. I had to stick to A Highland Wolf Christmas. But there it’s snowing in the Highlands. I wanted to write about dark and stormy weather and… vampires.
So the rain is gone now…
And I’ve just offered The Highlander, the medieval Highland romance on Kobo for preorders. The book will come out on Oct 21. http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/the-highlander-5
So next time it rains, I’m going to pull out that vampire mss and get to work. 🙂
Have a super great Monday!
When I was a small child storms and dark skies scared me. Now as an adult I love them. Its exciting to watch nature at its most fierce. I can picture you tucked up writing your vamp books lol.
LOL, Pam, yes, love them. We can get some really bad weather out here, but we did in OK too. My folks were staying on the 2nd floor of our home and they said they were sure the whole 2nd floor was going to be torn off and they’d been in fields down below the hilltop that night.
But yeah, stormy weather makes me think of vampires. 🙂 And writing them!
I wasn’t to in love with hurricane Sandy….
Tornadoes either. 🙁 Just rain, please. 🙂
I would hate to live with earthquakes or tornadoes. They scare me really bad. I guess I’m use to hurricanes. Being in the Northeast we have also had a lot of Nor’easters.. We got buried so deep last winter it took south coast of CT and RI days to dig out and get power back. But its beautiful when it stops. Your book Wolf Christmas fits in with New England. 🙂
Eww, yeah, Pam, might have to have one out there sometime. 🙂