It hasn't been a warm or dry spring in South Carolina. I have been reminded on more than one occasion that it's warmer than Maine.
Now, the temperatures are in the eighties and I might be roasting. I know...suck it up.
The other thing consuming my life is taking care of my dad and giving support to my mom. Taking care of our parents is a hard thing to do. It's a role reversal. I have great sympathy and admiration for those who do it. Taking care of my dad is taking over, which I know, I signed up for. My escapes are shopping once in a while. (I have found some great stores around here. Check out Under The Carolina Moon in South Carolina. It's a fun store to search through.) And, writing.
I'm working on two books at the same time with similar dangers. I'm hoping to have exciting news to tell in my next note or two. I'll leave it at that. Just know that they are different and fun. Gotta love spunky heroines.
I am editing another non-fiction book for Kindle Vella and will start editing "The Long Arm of the Law", which I'll release on Vella before I publish it on Amazon. "Annie Get Your Gun" and "Empty nester decluttering are both still available on Vella. Eventually, they will find their way to the Kindle program and paperback at Amazon.com.
The best thing about May is the Maine Romance Writers Retreat, held in Portland, Maine every year, except plague years. It's great to hangout with friends and fellow authors. We all have different paths, experiences and passions. I can't promise that a little trouble might be found, but a lot of learning will happen, too. I'm having a sale on my writing cards book before and after the retreat. I hope you'll check it out. It makes a great gift for the writer in your life.
I hope you're doing well as we blaze into summer. May can be considered summer, right? Even though the people around me won't open their pools until the pollen is completely gone.
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About the author
Michelle Libby writes about love, sex, life and happily ever afters, while keeping up with her adult children and finding new projects to fall in love with. Have you seen the coloring books? How about the RV?