The biggest thing that is up is the weather. Last night we had snow flurries with big snow flakes. Some in our area received several inches on snow. Ours was gone by this morning, but it is a lot colder. March is fickle, so this snow didn’t surprise me. At least it’s better than the rain we’ve been having. Our garden that was plowed last year could be a good area for rice. We’ll wish we had the rain in July and August. I’ve heard missionaries talk about the “rainy season” when they come to give reports. This has truly been our “rainy season.” God has a purpose for each season, we need to be satisfied with what He brings.
We’ve changed the way we are publishing books now. It’s been a little confusing to some of our authors. We were in a learning mode, but we think it’s all straightened out now. We hate that some of our authors were a little discouraged with what happened between the printers and Amazon.com. The best things in the change is the ability for book stores to order books now.
We have a new book releasing tomorrow. Tie-Dyed by Amy C. Blake will release as the third book in the On The Brink Series. Now we have met all three of the girls and learned more about their lives. Each book has gotten better. Each book has it’s own problems. Each book moves us to like each character, and we have sympathy with each character. I will say this book kept me on my toes. I loved the suspense in it. You can purchase it on Amazon.com in both print and ebook. The link is amazon.com/…ok-3/dp/1945094419/ref=sr_1_2
Nat Montgomery is an expert hider. With a promiscuous, volatile addict for a mother, she has long since perfected the art of concealing herself behind humor. An art history major in Washington, DC, with an internship at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, Nat receives a nineteenth-birthday gift from her beloved grandmother, Gigi, who raised her and who died six months previously. The gift is a laptop containing time-release video clips of Gigi’s revelations about Nat’s grandfather, murdered in 1964 when he worked for a secret racial reconciliation group that met after hours in the Smithsonian museums. The murderer was never found, and Gigi’s family always believed he abandoned her and her unborn child. Knowing the hole Grandpa Bobby’s disappearance left in Gigi’s heart, Nat resolves to discover the truth of what happened to him. But when her roommate Cadence disappears after asking questions about the long-dead past, Nat fears Bobby’s killer is still a threat. Casting off her inclination to hide, Nat determines to find the person who kidnapped Cadence and who may well have killed her grandfather a half-century earlier.
Also today we posted our first Online Marketing Class. If you would like to join the class, I’ll be glad to get you up to date and then merge you into the rest of the class. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org