The Zerralon serial is still going strong. To start at the beginning, click on the “Free Fiction” tab at the top of the page.
But, other things have been going on, as well. Mother Hen had a new surgery in late May to take out the part of the tumor that was operable. Yes, there is part that is inoperable. In any case, she came out of this with more side-effects than the first surgery. Her left leg is not as strong and its caused her to trip and fall several times. She’s also having issues with her balance.
Mother Hen is now in physical therapy to help with her leg strength as well as to improve her balance. We’re into the second week of it now and I’m seeing an improvement on the latter. The strength part is going to take longer.
On top of this, she’s also started on Avastin. This is not a chemo drug. Instead, it blocks the tumor’s ability to trigger the body to create new blood vessels to it. Basically starving it a little so it can’t grow as big or as fast. Too early to know if this is doing any good.
We have a new MRI coming up to see how the tumor is doing. I’m really not sure what it will show. She’s had some odd symptoms lately that could be from the healing from the surgery, but it could also be because of tumor growth. We’ll soon know!
In other news concerning Mother Hen, the next story in the String Weaver series is finished! yes, the “Mother Hen String Weaver Project” is still puttering along. She’s now reading the book after this one, and the book after that is waiting for her.
So, here is the new release!
The Dividers (The String Weavers – Book 4)
The chase reverses, and the Weavers become the hunted.
Dangerous pulsing in the Strings trap Kelsey Hale’s Weaver team in a place Captain Delphi Winters recognizes: Universes she and those of her Universe escaped many years before. A Universal Group filled with creatures who have harnessed Phoenix Eggs and the division of Universes for their own destructive gain. A whirlwind of rebellions, old friendships, and new enemies test them as never before.
But Professor Hadrian’s shadow casts darkness even here, in the unexpected discovery of a piece of Kelsey’s past.