This time last year, I was selling my independently-published books at an event for Small Business Saturday. People came in droves to support local businesses; to keep our small town’s economy running.
This year, Inslee has banned such events from happening. I did three farmers markets this year, but every other event I had on my calendar was canceled.
How do you think your town’s small businesses are doing? I encourage all of you to do what you can for your small businesses today. If they’re open, go. If they’re closed, order on their website. If they don’t have a website, call and see if you can arrange an order and a pick up. We can’t let the lock downs kill our economies.
Hello, all. It has been a long time since I updated and the reason is that I was trying to stretch my story beyond what it is supposed to be.
I have written a quadrilogy, a trilogy, and now there will be a dualogy. I know how it looks. Trust me. I really do. But this isn’t burnout or lack of creativity. My husband always says, “A good story is a good story regardless of word count,” and he’s right.
Who knows how long the next Concordia series will be? Maybe it will be as long as Rose of Petrichoria. Maybe it will be as short as Hope in Concordia. Either way, I hope you will continue enjoying my books.
Due to the change, the second book will now be titled “Extraordinary” instead of “Unique” and it will likely be a little longer than “Anomalous.” This is the raw image I will be using for the cover of the book. I thought it might be fun for you to see the before-Photoshop picture.
Thank you everyone, for your patience and support during this time. This year has been difficult without major events. I miss meeting you all. Have a Happy Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas if I don’t update before then.