Falling Into Fall
. . . Or, make like a tree and leave . . .
Quick post today–Fall is here, and I’m sure you, like me, are gearing up for the season’s festivities.
But first, check this out! Did you ever think you could read the entire Bible in three months? I’m taking the challenge, starting in January 2024. How about you? Click on the book cover image, go to Amazon, and buy the book.
And here’s a fun part:
The author, Mary DeMuth, is leading an online group of folks who sign up–starting in January. The group is called The Nineties. Want to join in the fun? Get the book, and sign up HERE to join The Nineties Facebook group, and let’s challenge each other. Sweet . . . see you there!
On to other exciting news . . .
IT’S A BOOK!
What it would be like to wake up tomorrow morning knowing it’s your last?
Hang on to Annie Lee’s coattails as she navigates that day.
Don’t let go . . . she has something to say to us.
In closing, I’m gearing up for several bookish events this fall here in the Pacific Northwest. We’ve recently formed an author’s group here in Yakima WA, which is great fun, and several of us are getting together for a book signing event at Schab’s Bier Den on November 18. You can click on the link to see their website. Should be a fun time!
A couple more events before Christmas will round out fall and winter in my story world–then, it’s on to the next project, hoping to release next year.
I’ll leave you with this quote from No Tomorrows, one of my favorites from the Lee family’s resident stand-up comedian and connoisseur of one-liners. His name is Hank, aka Hankster the Prankster.