Thursday, January 09, 2020

A few Things - Thoughts and Questions #MFRWauthor #amreading #cookies

How were your holidays? I can't complain. We had our kiddoes and family over, but the most fun was playing with my five-month-old granddaughter. She got a kick out of her See n Say. A little different version from the one my boys played with-smaller and uses a battery. She stuffed gift wrap paper in her mouth. 

How's your health? I had surgery on the first of December and have laid low. I had some pain for a while, no energy for a while, but somehow managed to get a shower and fix my hair every day. Contacts and makeup were optional. LOL

How's your community? I am blessed to be with two groups of mahjong girls. We care about each other and love the game. It's good for our brain. I'm missing my Jazzercise pals fiercely but I am hoping for the thumbs-up in a few weeks so I can return to my normal life. 

How's your reading? Oh my, I got such a great gift for Christmas-a Paperwhite. Years ago, I bought a kindle and found a clip-on reading light. A week after the purchase, the Paperwhite debuted. I am a granddaughter of the depression and do not like wasting money; so I stuck with the Kindle and the light. My #1son saw what I'd cobbled together and bought me a new one. The best news evah? I've read tons of books. The light is so helpful. Meanwhile, I berate myself over why did I wait?

Have you discovered marshmallow Oreos? I found them and was hoping for more. :(

How's my writing? Two new projects are coming in 2020! And Sommerville holidays did very well in sales. Just in case you missed this bundle of fun:

Hopes and wishes and holiday kisses...Sommerville holidays.

Holiday Disaster: Days before Christmas, a librarian experiences plumbing issues and visits from Mr. Maintenance Man who isn’t nearly as jolly as Santa Claus.

The Littlest Angel: Two people. One ornament for the tree. Can a twosome find common ground and discover the true meaning of Christmas?

Holiday Handbag Extravaganza: Christmas Countdown is on! A hunk-a-licious customer pesters a boutique owner to locate a vintage handbag for his mother. Too bad the wedge between them is his sister, the meanest girl in town.

Find your reading fun at: Amazon


Janice Seagraves said...

It almost reads like you were talking to yourself. LOL

I hope you heal quickly from your surgery.

Good luck with your release and I wish you many sales.


Vicki Batman, sassy writer of sexy and funny fiction, blogger at Handbags, Books...Whatever said...

LOL. Thank you for stopping, Janice. Just ruminating. We shall see what happens with the books later this year. :)

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