A New Month

Here we are, the month of love and president's birthday.

When I looked at the calendar, I thought it wasn't a busy month at all. I have no book events whatsoever. That may change though, if and when I get copies of my new book from Oak Tree Press, An Axe to Grind. Then I'll have to get busy and plan a couple of book launches--already know where--but from past experience, I know not to plan anything until I have books in hand. I also have requests for copies for reviews as I have a blog tour coming in March.

Income tax is something else I must tackle this month. Not thrilled about that either.

At the beginning any month I usually go grocery shopping--and I hope to do that today.

Jury duty is looming over me toward the end of the month--already put it off once, so won't be able to do that again. Usually when I get there and they find out I'm a mystery writer I get excused. We'll see if that happens again.

Anyway, those are my thoughts for the start of a new month.



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