At last , the sun is shining . There is nothing like a blue sky to perk me up, especially since I fell last year. We left for NYC early in the morning for an early morning appointment and arrived, although the traffic was heavy, at 8:15. My bleary eyes. closed most of the trip. Once there, I said good morning to everyone on the elevator and the response was delightful. It proves smiles and greeting go far and it doesn’t take much to brighten the day.
Hubs and I arrived home a couple of hours later with the sun brighter than ever. Time for shorts and a tee shirt, I decided and off to the backyard for rays. Now I’m in my office, back at work after feeding the four hungry cats. Time for writing but I couldn’t resist sharing a bit of sunshine with you all.
By the way, my 3 book Omnibus of fine books is waiting for you to read.Check me out on Amazon and you’ll see Charlie’s Family Secrets: Reconstructing Charlie, Sin of Omission and The Catch. e format.
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I read somewhere, an author needs a street team, friends who assist in promoting her book. Hmm, where were all the folks who were supposed to jump in and help? When my first book was published, I belonged to a group of writing friends. Since I was the first one published and knew nothing about promotion, I also knew nothing about jealousy. Instead of assisting me, being happy for me, they turned their backs. YIKES, I thought and soon left the group to join another group in hopes of learning more.
And I did. I learned they were not happy when one of my books was optioned for a television movie and they made disparaging comments about that. I still didn’t think about Street Teams, so important in sales and reviews. Seven years of writing delicious books Survive and Thrive stories about strong women who are not afraid to begin again. I’m just waking up to recognize I don’t have a Street Team and don’t know where to find one.
Meanwhile, I need readers to enjoy my latest release Chef’s Surprise and reviews are critical to the publisher. Someone loves my baby.
One night, she ran. For the bus to freedom and a new life. She had a plan, and a small box of cash.
With grit and determination, the young girl learned more than lessons at nursing college, the first part of her plan.
Someday, she would become a top chef, but for now, she’d claw her way up the ladder.
There is payback for every crime, and sometimes the payback is more than satisfactory.