I Have a Brain Cloud (and the final day to vote in #PonyFest14!)

Happy Friday Aledan Merfolk! I disappeared for most of the week because I caught the monster cold that’s been going around (apparently the whole country, because I had friends in Maryland and California and a cousin in Colorado with the exact same symptoms), so if you were wondering why your social media streams were suspiciously absent of PonyFest14 nonsense, you can blame my two-sizes-too-big head.

Speaking of PonyFest14 – today is the last day to vote! You have until midnight EST today (Friday) to chose your favorite design here! The winners will be announce Sunday, although I already know who won the Judges Panel vote >: )

And if you missed my post a week ago: I FINISHED THE FIRST DRAFT OF SPEAK THE OCEAN!!!

Mermaid tail ring from Juliana <3
Mermaid tail ring from Juliana ❤

The excessive celebration last weekend may be the reason my immune system was so compromised that I was able to catch such a nasty cold 😉 But if that’s the case? Well worth it. Next week I’m going to re-write a couple chapters in the beginning that need work, and do a read-through for typos and easy-to-fix edits, then send it off to my lovely CPs to rip into shreds 🙂 I do so love getting a shredded manuscript back!

And this is pretty much all that my brain-cloud can take right now. Time for some lunch and hot tea to sooth this throat. Don’t forget to vote!


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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary. Her debut novel, SPEAK THE OCEAN, comes out with Reuts Pub in Fall 2018!

5 thoughts on “I Have a Brain Cloud (and the final day to vote in #PonyFest14!)”

    1. You got it! Yay! 😀

      I am feeling better today – definitely in time for PonyFest! 😉 (And I know I totally haven’t gotten to GLOW yet, but when are you going to read the last scene of StO?! You’re KILLING ME! ;P)

    1. It is! I love the feeling, but it also leaves me a bit lost as to what to do next. At least the cold took care of that – I couldn’t do more than lay on the couch and read 😉

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