to come is miserable. Today was cold as an ice bar, but knowing it’s supposed to be seventy over the weekend makes it even worse! It was sunny, but that was a misnomer of the temperature, and when I stepped out on the porch, I was unpleasantly reminded it was still March. I know, the weather is a banal topic, but no less a pain in the ass.
I’m working on a new story, and it’s hard to think about sunny climes and warm breezes when the tip of your nose is freezing.
Am I the only one waiting for the weather to meet the calendar? Cheers!
I’m too old to enjoy green beer, but I sure don’t hate a Guinness! I’ve been busy editing the second book in the Katydid Farm Series, “Loving the Lawyer.” I’m hoping to publish in early May…finger’s crossed.
This entire process has been eye-opening for me. To be successful without having the support of a publisher is nearly impossible. I’m still trying to learn how to self promote, but it doesn’t come as easy to me as it does to others. I keep plugging away and visualizing what success means to me…having people enjoy my books and seeing my name on the NYT Best Seller List. I keep my sights on the things I want to accomplish, and I’m grateful for the things I have accomplished thus far. We only get one shot at life, so I’m doing my best to make the most of mine. Cheers!
I’m getting better at all of this social media stuff, but I’m not. I published another book today, so I’m trying to maintain a positive attitude with regard to its success. I’m no Hemingway, but I believe I spin a good yarn with regard to love and relationships. It’s entitled, “A Valentine’s Choice,” and it has nothing to do with Cupid’s special day. It’ll be available on Amazon next week.
Now, the let down. The frenzy of getting it ready to go, and then the subsequent lag tends to wear on me, so why do I do it? Well, I do it because I love to tell stories and if one person enjoys it, that’s something more than I had before I published it.
I’m keeping my fingers crossed for this one. I guess we’ll see…