January 2019 – The Newsletter
January 2019 is over, and I’m a few days late in getting the newsletter out. Not bad really. At least I’m getting better. This month went a little fast for my liking, but at least things are moving.
The start of 2019 is something I’m proud of. We have several books released and others on the way. It’s also the release of The Family, the second book in the Broken World series. The book is released in print and ebook, with one difference, the ebook is available everywhere. This is different than the last book, for I kept the ebook publication strictly on Amazon. You can read the first book for free with Kindle Unlimited.
On the home front, Dad is still Dad, but his health is deteriorating quick. We’re not sure how long he will be with us and we treat every day he is here as special. Mom is doing her best to stay positive, but knows she is past her ability to care for him. Her health is better than his, but she still has trouble. Our only recourse is to be supportive and visit when we can.
Heidi, our new adoption, is doing well. She is enjoying good food and companionship. Her most loving time is morning meal, when she comes upstairs with the others to get me out of bed. Bad habits are hard to break so I’ll just have to put up with that one.
Her advancement is leaps and bounds over what she was like in December. Back then we didn’t know we had a third cat, with an exception of the litter box. But now she is enjoying life and realizes there is more than a bathroom to live it. Soon we’ll be able to cut her nails a little and save the furniture.
Here is the loving little darling where she spends a lot of time when we’re in the kitchen.
I’m working on a new/old novel. The work is slow due to the lack of time I can dedicate to it, but at least it’s getting done. The Zero-G series is being created and the first book is on the drawing board. Rowlinson Inc will soon be available, but not until it goes through monstrous rewrites and tremendous editing. There is no way repetition will get past the final publication.
That’s it for me. So until next month, enjoy life and read!