I know, this sounds suspiciously like "the dog ate my homework" but it is true. Dam*it, which is what I call my computer, evidently didn't like the way I had constructed the post so it got together with Open Office and just ate it. It is no more.
I could hurriedly reconstruct it but that usually results in a half *ssed product. Not that I haven't done that before but just not in the mood today as you can tell by all my *s. Oh dear, I do believe living on the brink of Hell lately in this heat (117 yesterday) has addled me. I rarely cuss unless wounded or computer stressed.
So if A/C continues to pump cold air, I will be back tomorrow when I will try again with that post.
One note. Bonnie Turner, who is the marvelous author of "Face the Winter Naked", dropped by with a very gracious comment that holds an interesting bit about the cover of the book plus some sites that I will pass along. I was surprised and pleased to have her acknowledge my review.
I will see you tomorrow here, at your house today.
Hello, I'm the author of Face the Winter Naked. I would like to thank everyone for your great comments, and Patti for reviewing my novel!
There is no hard copy of this book, just digital and paperback. The paperback is currently on sale at Lulu.com at 25% off, so be sure to check the link below.
Also, librarians often order books their patrons recommend, so this is a good deal for them.
Please check out my web page for information about my other books. I would really REALLY appreciate your passing on the great remarks about Face the Winter Naked.
By the way, the image of the man in the cap, in the top left corner of the cover, is my dad, who died when I was 3. The book is not about Dad, but it's dedicated to him, and I used some of his traits for my character Daniel. The cover artist surprised me by putting Dad's picture on the cover, and I was overjoyed! I know my dad would be proud that his only daughter has written and published this book.
I was born and raised in Independence, Missouri, in 1932, which is the year of my novel. So that makes me an old lady, doesn't it?
Bonnie Turner xx
Web page: http://my.athenet.net/~aurorawolfLulu page: http://stores.lulu.com/store.php?fAcctID=79051
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