It was a holiday weekend in the U.S., plus I released a new book, so my schedule is out of whack. I’m pretty sure y’all can deal with it.
First things first: Wolf Bound was released and readers seem to like it. I’m so happy about that! For those of you who haven’t gotten it yet, you can find it at Amazon and All Romance eBooks. Those two vendors cover all the most popular formats, including PDF.
I’ve been lucky enough to read some wonderful reviews about this book, and I’m very appreciative. Good reviews mean a lot to a writer.
Second, I was one of the four authors chosen as Author of the Month at Goodreads. Woohoo! I owe this particular accolade to a few readers who worked their butts off to make sure I stayed in the top two. (You know who you are!) It was a heated race, but they helped keep me in the running. I’m hoping new readers will find and enjoy my work. That’s what it’s all about!
Third, Suki and I spent some time on the canal Monday afternoon. A storm was moving in, and I snapped some pics. Here they are in no particular order. As we sat on the sidewalk, a great wind blew up. Suki looked at me: should I be scared? I assured her it was okay. When the thunder happened, she gave me that look.
This is the big palm tree behind my condo. I was sitting outside and shot straight up. The wind was blowing all its fronds in one direction. The yellow stuff are the seeds.
This is a photo taken looking down the canal to the north. There are actual waves on the water, the wind was so strong. The floating things are lily pads.
Here are a couple pics of the beautiful sky. The first one is me pointing the camera west. The one following is east again, directly over the canal.
There was thunder, there was wind, but as I type this, no rain yet. The thing about this area is: NOAA predicts a percentage possibility of rain and only one area gets it, if any. Rain is predicted all week. We may get some, we may not.
I can live with that. 🙂