Oh, the Times, They are A-Changin’.
These are strange and transformative times, aren’t they? I feel the world consciousness shifting—and in a good way, as we rediscover our strengths and creativity. I’m looking forward to what the Tuesday super moon will bring, as I have super-concentrated on spreading the word about The Londo Chronicles these past four weeks. We’ll see..
During the lockdown, I’ve been focused on my writing, learning more about marketing (something I’ve never had the chance to do) and playing my new guitar. Living this remote life takes me back to my childhood, when we had to entertain ourselves (no TV) or die of boredom. I chose to write, draw, play baseball, explore nature and learn guitar. I’ve never regretted the time I dedicated to any of these activities. They have defined who I am and how I still spend my life. I feel blessed to have found my calling at such a young age.
Need a Distraction While You’re Home?
I have been interviewed for the first time on the Authors Show! It’s a short 15 minute radio show. The segment could be good or bad, but I’ll let you be the judge! (I won’t hear the finished product until you do.) I’ll be talking about my exciting new series, The Londo Chronicles, and my writing life. The interview will air all day Thursday, April 9. You can sign up for the event on my Facebook page.
I hope you’ll tune in and let me know what you think of the show. It’s my first time for doing something like this, so I value your feedback.
Manifesting the Apocalypse
I am so excited for the launch of The Londo Chronicles, starting with the first book, Apothecary. This series is all about surviving in troubled times, dealing with curfews, rations and a virus that needs to be stopped. (Sometimes I think I manifest things when I write novels. Ask me about it someday.) But in all the darkness, however, three love stories unfold that I guarantee will give you hope for a better tomorrow.
This is my favorite series ever. I think you will love the characters. One reviewer said Joanna Wilder was the best heroine she’s met in a long, long time.
I’ll send out a reminder on Thursday, just so you don’t miss the show!
Stay safe and happy reading!
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