At the urging of a friend, I signed up for one of those on-line dating thingamabops. It's a new age, people are busy, who has time? I understand the concept. But remember, I've been out of the dating loop for over 3 decades. (God, that makes me sound so old!) So what do I get right out of the box? Two, count them, 2 internet predators. It was quite the learning experience. Perhaps more so for them, than me. LOL
Boys, we southern girls didn't just fall off the cabbage truck. We will find you and it won't be pretty.
So you pick yourself up, dust your bruised ego and climb back on that bronc. Time will tell if I'll find Mr. Right or not. I'm in no rush. Much.
I spoke to a very nice man last evening...
Two job interviews this week as well. Waiting on the outcomes. They are still interviewing so I will have a lot of competition.I should know something by the end of next week.
Dare to Dream is out on Amazon! Yeah, it surprised me too. I have my release date pretty firm for
Mr. Fix-it--August 30th. I still need my cover art and line edits, but all systems are go otherwise. Check My Stories page for blurbs and buy links.
The folks in New York still have parts or all of my urban fantasy series.
~sigh~ New York has their own time table which I am pretty sure will result in my posthumous acclaim. When I said I wanted to be on the New York Times Best Seller's list in five years I didn't mean five after I died.
My fault, I wanted to be a writer.
Speaking of dead. It's been 105 or more for a week. Zero rain. I'm feeding my winter hay. This does not bode well.