Sorry to hear that, MH. If it's any consolation, I've been at this for over 10 years, and I STILL don't know what I'm doing.
Don't know how many hives you have, but, even if you only have one in decent shape, you might still get some honey this year, especially if you have a goldenrod bloom up your way. Not the preferred honey of many, but some is better than none. Salvage the hives you have (combine, requeen) and plan for next year.
If you have to have a few bottles of honey this year, you can take a frame here and there from the stronger hives (emphasis on 'A'), even if it is out of the brood area. Just be sure to feed heavily if there isn't a good flow, so they can make up the loss. Not the recommended beekeeping strategy, but it will at least give you something for your efforts. After all, the season is still relatively young.
“If you want to gather honey, don't kick over the beehive.” - Dale Carnegie