I took a few months off to finalize the print book (get it in paperback as well as Kindle here), as well as dive into spring and early summer.
I also had to do some fancy footwork at the office, because they’ve been downsizing, and I needed to really bring it, to remind folks that I add value every day… and keep the paycheck coming in. Maybe it’s just me, but I like having a roof over my head and food on the table. Plus, they’re easing out folks who are 50+, and in less than a month, I will fit that description, so it was time to reprioritize and kick into high gear.
To be honest, I haven’t done much serious traveling for months, and watching all the videos of motorcycles and Paris was just more reminders that I’m not on the back of a bike in France. I don’t miss the job that took me to Paris, several times a year. Doing that trip in the middle of winter is no fun. But I do miss Paris… it grew on me.
So,the box of books arrived in the mail last week, and I just opened them up yesterday (they were sitting in the back seat of my commuter car, just waiting for the right time). Holding the results in my hand, after months and months of work on it… well, that’s quite a feeling.
So, I’m back.
I’m very excited to announce, the book is now available!
At last, the work is done – and I can begin discussing it
If you’ve got a Kindle (or Kindle Reader, as I do on my tablet), you can get it at Amazon.com’s Kindle Store
I took a different route than most, opting to write the best book I could for publication, rather than rushing something to market with the intention of fixing problems later.
I typically don’t discuss my books when I’m writing them, so I’ve had to keep quiet… but no more. 🙂
More to come… but now it’s time to go outside and air myself out.
At least they can ride…
Got a day off today to handle a bunch of things that have been lagging, due to snow coinciding with my work schedule.
- Rake that roof. Put some additional extender poles on, and see how much I can get down.
- Go out for a long drive in my humble little car to see the countryside. I don’t do much driving, now that my commute has been shrunk to a fraction of what it once was, and I have to admit, I kind of miss it. Put on those shades, and go stylin’ on President’s Day.
- Get some physical therapy for the aches I’ve developed from sitting too much on the one hand, and moving so much snow on the other.
A couple of other logistical things need to be handled, but other than that, it looks like the day is shaping up nicely.
At least it’s not snowing again … yet.
I may take some time to do some sitting later. I could probably use it.
Then again, I tend to favor the idea that any activity you focus on completely enough to lose all thoughts of yourself, is as good as a “sit”.
So, I’ll go with that.