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Monday, May 9, 2011
Sunday, May 8, 2011
My daughter Linda and I enjoyed a lovely Mother's Day dinner along with her husband Guy, and son Evan. My husband Bernie was with us also. For all of you who still have your mothers, you are very fortunate. My mother passed away four years ago, just a few days before Mother's Day. I have a son also, who lives out of state. Our family is a blessing to us and we enjoy every moment we are with them. I hope your day was a special one, however you spent it..
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Some time back I posted a promotional suggestion. I expanded on that topic and today I had the privilege to have it posted on Tristi Pinkston's blog. It is: http://www.tristipinkston.blogspot.com/ Check it out and consider the suggestions I've made. I've found that audiences are fascinated by authors, even those of us who are unknown. There's something about writing a book that makes people think you're "awesome." Sorry, I don't use that word often, but it does describe how I've been treated. Good luck and I'd love to hear how this worked for you.