I just moved!
God, do I hate moving! We hauled 4 truckloads of stuff twenty miles last weekend, and I still can’t find anything. We’re in a nice old Victorian house now, after six years in a sub-terrarian home. The cats are just crazy in love with all the windows, where they can vultch the squirrls and birds. I’ve got zillions of boxes of books and paperwork to unpack and sort! Lots to do. Got to get back to writing; I’m behind on A Touch of Faerie!
Just a note to tell everyone that all the mail accounts on the contact page are working. If you click on one, and it doesn’t open a mail page, just cut and paste, or copy it yourself into whatever mail service you do use! Love to hear from you! Send your email and a hello to the firstname.lastname@example.org mail and I’ll add you to my fan list!
Please Be Advised:
The email@example.com e-mail has been screwed up for two weeks. Techies are working and still no solution. If you tried to send me something, send it again to me here: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks. I’ll post when they get it fixed.
New Book is Out!
Just so you know, A Private Crusade is available now on Kindle. They have it exclusively for 90 days and then we’ll see where it goes. 13th century Historic Romance, set in France. Fun, sexy, flirty and fast paced. Lots of deep emotion like always. Check it out!
I also updated all of my other books so they have active table of contents, to make rummaging around easier for you.
Well, after months of hair pulling, (which is a lot harder than it should be due to having much less of it than I once did), aggravation and effort, I finally have the website up and running, which I visualized four years ago! Thanks to the people at Register.com for your effort!
Now I’ve got to figure out how to run WordPress, to do all the bloging and posting of features that I’ve promised. This may take a bit, so be patient! (You should be reading one of my books anyway, to keep you occupied!). Don’t hesitate to e-mail me either: email@example.com
Anyway, lots to do, so I’ll just give you a quick Bessie-ism to mull over:
*Behold! The new dawn brings forth the possibility that today something new might appear, different from the tiredness of yesterday’s experience.*