6/30/17: Celebrate the Small Things

Friday, June 30, 2017

It's Friday and time to post my Celebrate the Small Things on this blog.

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My small things for this past week, some not so small, but all great!

First is a wonderful weekend with family in celebration of our granddaughter's graduation from high school. We drove to NY, stayed in a B&B reserved for family It was a longer drive than expected but worth it. Time to talk, laugh, cry, hug, and eat our way through the short time together.

Second is hitting the road, heading home to our house in Tennessee. Best part was since hubby installed the new inverter, we got to Wallydock due to the cooler weather that had moved in. We had a few worries about things (Internet wasn't working so we had no access to our thermostat or security camera) but everything turned out okay (had to reset a GFI breaker)! But we did have a little storm damage, you can read it all in my last post. (coffee spew alert)

Last but far from least, I finally got my middle-grade fantasy short story compilation, 7 Days of Seven, published at Amazon!! I haven't publicized it yet, still trying to get some reviews. But it's live.

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Ciao for now!


  1. Wonderful to visit family but also wonderful to be home.

  2. Congrats on the publication of the compilation. I'd be happy to read and review it if you can send me a PDF copy. I'm on Goodreads as well so I'll publsh the review there and on Amazon.

  3. Congratulations on the publication! If you need a review or shout-out let me know (since that's kind of what I do :) ).

    1. That is so kind...can use my contact form to send me your email address and I will send you a pdf of the book. I greatly appreciate it!


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