If you're from the great white north or you live in the very brown desert, it's exciting to see the green of spring. The fresh green grass, the unfurling of light green leaves, and the smell of fresh cut grass all create the delight of spring. In South Carolina, where I am now, spring has been here for a while. Our grass is very long, since we sold our lawnmower before we left Maine. We'll see how the weedwhacker handles the tufts of grass we have.
It's been a busy month with publishing. I put "Annie Get Your Gun", a romance that takes place in the world of competitive shooting, up on Kindle Vella. The story is serialized, with three episodes being released each week.
I also put up the non-fiction book "Empty Nest Decluttering: 11 ways to downsize a lifetime of stuff. " Both books will eventually be release through Amazon KDP program later in the year, but for now, this is my experiment to see how they do in this format. The first three episodes are free to read, and you only pay a small amount in tokens to read the rest of the episodes.
Let me know how you feel about the platform and reading a book in this format. I'd love to hear your thoughts.
I have also been publishing activity books and puzzle books. This past month, I released an "Animal Activity Book for Adults" with many different kinds of puzzles like word searches, sudoku, coloring pages and more.
Most recently, I published "Cryptograms: Civil War Facts and Trivia." If you like cyphers and word puzzles, this book is for you. It also helps if you like the Civil War. :)
I also started writing a new book series. I'm calling it the Weather Girl Series. My heroines are all meteorologists. It's fun already. So many projects and so much grass to weed whack.
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?