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End of the year reflections

With 2015 drawing to a close, I wanted to recap my year and count my blessings. I had a lot of highs and lows this year, but overall it was quite an exciting ride. Writing-wise it was a banner year, health-wise, not so much. Here’s a rundown of my 2015:

JANUARY:

  • Nothing much writing-wise happened this month. I did start edits on my second Siren Song novel with my editor. Also did edits for Her Darkest Secret, which would come out the following month.
  • I went on a trip to Chicago with my best friend! I love Chicago. We had such an awesome time, and we rented the best suite ever in the heart of downtown Chicago.
It was a sweet suite!
I was writing an article for Kindle Blogs about my novel set in Chicago, while in Chicago (at the same time of year it takes place, even).

FEBRUARY:

  • Her Darkest Secret was released. I had a great time writing this novella. If you’re into paranormal historical erotic romance (wow that’s a mouthful) you should check it out.
  • I broke my wrist, two days before Valentine’s Day. Ugh! We had the coldest February in recorded history in Ohio and there was ice EVERYWHERE, leading to my downfall (literally).
  • I was on the radio!

At least I got a lot of autographs!

MARCH:

  • My debut novel The Wicked City is released! I still had the cast on my arm for release day.
  • My cast came off the day after St. Patrick’s Day. I was downgraded to a brace for two weeks.

I still had fun on St. Paddy’s day with my bff…
…and then I got a good downgrade the next day.

APRIL:

MAY:

JUNE:

JULY

  • I turned 40! My best friend took me to Las Vegas, which was awesome, but while there I tripped on my heels, fell, and sustained a severe knee injury that I’m still not fully recovered from. If you really want to see pictures of what it looked like, click here (not for the squeamish!). I was out of work for almost three weeks and had to have ongoing medical treatment. I am never wearing heels again. Or turning 40 again.
Apart from the horrific injury though, we had a great time!

AUGUST

  • Mostly spent recovering from my knee injury.

SEPTEMBER:

  • Got another royalty check. Bought another mansion.

OCTOBER:

NOVEMBER:

DECEMBER

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from my family to yours! (This is my son and my furry daughter.)

 

And that’s my year in review–up, down, crazy, exciting, fun–I’m hoping 2016 will be just as eventful (without breaking/injuring anything). How did your 2015 fare?

Happy New Year everyone, may 2016 be wonderful for all of us!

Megan Morgan View All

Urban fantasy and paranormal romance author.

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