Monday Mayhem – Mumble mumble

I don’t have much to say this week, so I’m just gonna mumble.

A RING FOR ROSIE came out last week. Thanks to all who bought it, tweeted or shared posts, and generally helped shout (not mumble) it to the world. I’m not good at tooting my own horn, and I am eternally grateful to have you as my horn section.

Finger puppet couple

I’m over the pinkeye and mostly over the technicolor bruising from my slip and fall down the steps. Frankly, I’m over feeling puny in general. I’m hoping that this week I can return to what passed for normal prior to my trip to Denver.

I did watch the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society movie on Netflix and enjoyed it very much. No, it’s not as detailed as the book, but I think they did a nice  job with it. A couple of the scenes had me grinning at the screen like the hopeful romantic I am.

Revisions on SUPERSTAR are coming along slowly. I added a bunch of additions to my plate, then in doing so, realized it was overkill. Now I am free-writing those parts and will pare them down to round out the story.

DOUBLE PLAY is set for release on October 25, 2018 and it looks like we are a go for simultaneous digital and audio release. Yay! I’m working on making a mass market sized print-on-demand version available for anyone who wants to special order it, but I have to tell you, being my own publisher is proving to have a steep learning curve.

And so, here I am, mumbling through. How are things going with you?

 

 

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5 Replies to “Monday Mayhem – Mumble mumble”

  1. I’m mumbling right along with you. So happy to have Rosie on my kindle and thoroughly enjoying my re-read! 🙂 I’m sorry that you’ve been feeling so puny post-Denver. I’m innocent, I swear! Hope you’ll be back to normal soon!

  2. I’d like to think you chose my birthday to release Double Play but I am guessing no.
    I got A Ring for Rosie on my iPad but it will have to wait until the fall for me to read. There is no time in the summer and the summer is slipping away so darn fast.

  3. I loved Guernsey so much that I was even able to tolerate Lily James as Juliet. (I know there’s really nothing wrong with Lily James, she just sets my teeth on edge for some reason. Plus, I think Sybil would have been a better casting as Juliet – but she made a good Elizabeth. It was return to Downton time, that’s for sure!) Sorry to hear you’ve had your ups and downs – literally. Hope Rover wasn’t to blame.
    Congrats on the new release and I’ll look forward to Avery’s story in October! Good luck in the self-publishing world. I have no doubt you’ll conquer it!

  4. I have Rosie on my Kindle. She will be my traveling companion. Super excited for Double Play. It will look quite nice next to the other two books from the series. Glad you are finally on the mend.

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