How Can it be February Already?

I thought last year zoomed by, but this one is moving along even faster.

And because this is a short month, it will be gone before you know it.

January was filled with family occasions and I'm blessed to have a very big family.

I did have time to do a lot of writing on my next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery, and I spent time promoting the latest one in the series, Tangled Webs, including four days of it being only .99cents for Kindle. I know that people bought it because the numbers on Amazon dipped very low. Because it's not self-published, I won't know exactly how the sale went until I hear from my publisher.

As yet, I haven't heard when the next Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery will be available, though it has been edited and I've gone over and approved most of the edits. These things take time, and what I sent back was lost for a little bit. Don't you love modern technology when it doesn't work quite like it should?

Of course I'm anxious to set up promotion for Spirit Winds, but I know from experience it's always better if I wait until I know it's actually published. I have purchased business card with the cover on it, plus a great looking magnet for my car.

I do love the cover.



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