As you may recall, back in December I decided to take a brief hiatus from working on my current manuscript, Creed: Solomon’s Fortune. I’d ran into a brick wall of writer’s block and needed some time away from it to get fresh ideas.

Well, this weekend I finally managed to dive back in and I’m excited to be writing in it again! I went back to the beginning and decided the story needed much more introduction to it, as we jumped into the action a little too quick. So I’m adding some chapters there and hopefully that makes the story feel more cohesive than it did a month ago.

Oh, and I finally passed the 40,000 word mark too!

In non-writing news, I also spent a lot of time this weekend watching the NFL playoffs. If you’re a football fan and you missed these games, boy I feel sorry for you because they were incredible. My Chicago Bears aren’t yet playoff worthy (though I’m 100% confident that will change when they hire a new head coach in a few days) but it was still fun to watch!

Plus those awful Green Bay Packers were eliminated in a dramatic, last-second field goal attempt by a former Chicago Bear, and seeing your division rivals lose like that is just *chef’s kiss*. It’s made even sweeter with the knowledge that that team is probably going to be going through a major rebuild starting next year.

That’s it for now! Thanks for reading today and for continuing to follow my little blog here, it truly means so much to me!

Published by Peter Martuneac

Marine, Boilermaker, husband and father. I'm here to share my thoughts on all things political or philosophical.

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