Back home and catching my breath

It’s been a month since I posted anything here, the last post being the book tour schedule. I think I had this naive idea that I’d post intermittently while I was away on tour, talking about how the events were going, but in reality I just didn’t have the time. Between driving to the events, setting up for the events, and doing the events, I didn’t have a whole lot of time left over for internetting, and what I did have tended to be taken up with things like plotting out driving directions to my next event.

I’ve been home a few days now, and have been using the time to get caught up on everything I wasn’t doing while I was gone – pressing things like preparing the gardens, slightly less-immediate stuff like starting to catch up on email (which I’m perpetually hopelessly behind on). This weekend I’m away again, but I hope to post a bit about the tour early next week. Stay tuned!


Author: Seabrooke

Author of Peterson Field Guide to Moths. #WriteOnCon Mastermind. Writer of action/thriller SF/F YA. Story junkie. Nature nut. Tea addict. Mother. Finding happiness in the little things. Twitter: @SeabrookeN / @SeabrookeLeckie

3 thoughts on “Back home and catching my breath”

  1. Welcome back! :) I’m sure the book tour was fantastic! Looking forward to some summer goodies from the Canadian wilderness! :)

  2. I attended your event in East Brunswick, NJ, and want to say that I thoroughly enjoyed both your presentation and the mothing. (The Abbott’s Sphinx that turned up was the star of the show, but the Delicate Cycnia was my actual favorite.) I’m using your field guide daily now and must admit a certain childish thrill at every new moth I can identify (and I’ve been lucky enough to see a Polyphemus Moth and a Rosy Maple Moth both in the past week!) Looking forward to following your blog…

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