I have my first book, Cinder Blocks and Oven Racks, live at Amazon on Kindle books. Please go to amazon and order yours today. I also have started a new book series of my short stories. They are in a series called, “In Our World” and each one is a specific short story. Enjoy.
It has been such a busy month and also a very happy birthday to my youngest granddaughter, Elina!! I love that little one so much.
My beautiful granddaughter turned 4 yesterday. I got her a pair of cowgirl boots. My son texted me and told me that she really liked them. I can’t wait to get to see them at the end of this summer. Plans to move to NY at the end of February is still a go!! I just now have to work as many hours as I can to get the money for my books published, printed and on the website.
Speaking of which, I have to get to work.
Happy 4th Everyone!
Any holiday, big or small can trigger bad memories, but can also be a day when we learn to look forward to being able to be healthy and enjoy creating new memories of fun activities or just resting. Being able to simply rest is a huge accomplishment for many survivors.
On this 4th of July, I am spending the day mostly alone and front porch swinging. It is a wet 4th here in Atlanta and I will spend a few hours writing and enjoying recharging my batteries. It is just as important to be happy being alone as it is learning to be happy with a room full of people.
Good Morning everyone,
I got up pretty early to get some last minute finishing touches on my book and it is now officially ready for print!! I start advertising today and I am really excited about meeting fellow survivors and sharing our different stories of triumph and healing. I will be back tonight to cap off this very big day!!
Here I am on a beautiful saturday working on my website. It should be done by today. I am really hoping that survivors will enjoy it.
I just got my website up and running and also email and social media. I am having trouble with the twitter button. Twitter is weird with their support people. I’ll get it going this week.
I am excited to be able to help survivors to “let it go”. I am hoping that the flashbacks to Frozen start to fade with that saying.