All good things must come to an end

I’m not talking about the heartbreaking loss of my beloved Red Sox to the team-that-shall-not-be-named, nor to the horrifying possiblity that Mr. Jason Varitek–now officially a free agent–may not be back with the Sox next year (please, please please sign the man, Theo).

No, I’m talking about Waiting For Spring‘s serialization at Sid Leavitt’s Readers and Writers Blog. That’s right…the final two chapters were posted there yesterday.

I can’t begin to express my gratitude to Sid for giving Waiting For Spring such a fine home alongside so many amazing books, short stories, and poems. He announced yesterday that he’s taking a temporary break from posting new entries after next week, but the site will remain up, along with “The Works” library. (Check it out: Non Fiction, Fiction, Poetry.) Waiting For Spring will remain there as well should you wish to read it.

In the meantime, also posted this week: chapters 18 and 19 of Ann M. Pino’s Steal Tomorrow.

6 thoughts on “All good things must come to an end

  1. It’s not coming to an end for me JUST yet… I’m dragging it out as loooooooooong as I can and savouring every little bit!

  2. I’m still enjoying it in installments, but I think I’ll get the book. Easier to read in bed that way.

  3. Oh, sheesh, you scared me! I thought, from your title, you were going to stop blogging!

    Don’t scare me like that! 🙂

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