It’s just begun our annual round of spring thunderstorms here in Oklahoma, and for added excitement, some baseball and softball size hail I parts of the state. We watched live on one of the weather stations as one of their storm chasers got his car completely hammered, including the windshield and outside mirrors. They had to stop and pull of the road because they couldn’t see out of the windshield any longer because of all of the cracks, and their side-view mirrors were beaten off the car. Poor storm chasers. Sometimes you’re just not fast enough to duck from an Oklahoma thunderstorm.
But all is well here in my world. Happy to be working on book two of the Jigsaw series. The first book is called The Missing Piece, and will be release July 30, 2019. The second book I’m working on is called Second Sight, and will be released some time next year.
There’s also going to be another Blessings, Georgia book released coming up June 25 for paperback, and July 1 for all digital formats. It’s called A Rainbow Above Us. I love writing the Blessings books. One more is already written, I’ll write two more before the end of the year, and I just signed a contract for yet two more to be turned in next year. That will make 13 titles in all when I’ve finished that last contract.
I put new cushions on the benches out on my patio. My yard was mowed for the first time today, and I’m expecting all of those crape myrtle bushes I planted and religiously watered last year to have survived the winter, but time
will tell. At any rate, things are growing including my writing life, and I’m hoping you guys will stick around for all the new releases.
Write to me via email if you wish. There is a link on my website, and all comments are welcome on the blogs. No more cold weather for me. I’m already barefoot in the house, and once I get the rest of the pine needles out of the back yard, I’ll be barefoot out there as well.
I’ll be keeping you updated regularly about the stories and the biz. Enjoy the month of April. Every morning is a day for new beginning and new opportunities, and every sunset is the signal that it’s time for you to look back on your day and find at least one thing to appreciate.