Monday Mayhem – It’s a kind of magic

I have a new project running around in my head. I don’t want to talk about it too much, because I’m not quite to the point of writing it. What if the kind of magic I have in my head doesn’t translate to the page? But I am excited about it. I’m just… waiting for that magic moment when I feel ready to start spinning the tale. Maybe this guy can help:

Illustration of an old wizard holding a book and a wand

In the meantime, work is coming along on TO MAKE YOU FEEL MY LOVE. No release date set yet, but we’re well into editorial and I have cover art, and I love it. Here’s a little hint of what’s to come. Reveal to come as soon as I set a release date. In the meantime, I’ve got plenty to keep you occupied on the My Books page.

TMYFML cover reveal teaser

Spring has come to Central Arkansas. Thank goodness. As much as I love and miss my friends and family up north, I do not miss the winters. There’s a fresh-cut hyacinth in my bud vase. Last week, Fodder clipped these beauties and brought a little sunshine into the house. We’re supposed to be entering into a rainy stretch over the next 10 days, so Sally and I sat outside soaking up the vitamin D over the weekend. Hopefully, the rain will help keep the green pollen monster at bay.


Speaking of Spring…I will be attending the Chicago North Spring Fling in Chicago again this year. There’s a multi-author book signing scheduled for Saturday, May 2, 2020. If you’re in the Chicago area, be sure to mark your calendar!

How’s the weather in your neck of the woods?

3 Replies to “Monday Mayhem – It’s a kind of magic”

  1. I’m super excited for this new project of yours and I know you’ll work your magic to bring its magic to the pages! 🙂 Hey, you’re going to Spring Fling? Me too! What a coinky-dink! We should totally hang out and stuff… 😀

  2. Magic? I love magic. Totally a fan. Go wizard it up! We were lucky enough to have temps in the high 40s and sunshine all weekend, which made a few of my daffodils poke through the ground. I heard rumors of a crocus at a co-worker’s house. These small signs of spring give me hope.

  3. Sounds like the same kind of weather for me. It’s raining now. I’m hoping for a break in it so I can walk. I’d hate to stop the (one whole day) momentum. We’ll have to have our own version of Spring Fling in 10 days. Well however Springy Canada will get that is. Can’t wait to see the cover, as well as hear about this new “magical” idea.

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