We've had a lot of very cold days lately. Cold enough to freeze the tops of my flowers. I don't think they're going to bloom at all.
If I leave them alone, they MAY bloom next year. Or not. I can transplant those bulbs to a warmer location and pray they come up next year, or I can leave them and hope like hell they go ahead and bloom this year.
About six months ago, I contracted my book to a publisher. I waited and waited for it to come out. It was released on March 5th. Something was wrong, though. It seemed frozen. It and a companion novella never really got off the ground.
A few days ago, I got word my publisher was closing, merging with a bigger house. I was invited to the new place. But it felt like transplanting one of those tulip bulbs. Just not right. The book had been platnted there for a reason, it should have flourished.
Make no mistake, I'm not saying one bad word about either publisher.
So, here's the thing. Try and transplant again?Leave the book alone for now and hope I can eventually find it a place? Stuff it under the bed and forget it (them)?