Ousting the inner critic in me
I too love this word Critical writing prompt because it describes me so well that I could cry over everything.
But, maybe I am just nostalgic over the bygone summer that went by hard and fast. Blitzkrieg, they call it in military terms.
I could list 50 million things that I did not manage to do this week, but instead I will list things that I have accomplished.
I delivered 5 copies of my new book Shifting Sands Short Stories to Schuller’s Books at the Meridian Mall in Lansing with my daughter Doc Emma and my buddy Ella on Monday.
Schuler Books is an independent local store in Midwest Michigan that accepts books from independent authors on consignment. They also give advise on how to publish a book.
The book will be available after Labor Day in both the local author and the fiction sections of the bookstore. It is now available at Schuler’s Books in Grand Rapids and at the KDL libraries.
We enjoyed the atmosphere of a real bookstore at the Chapbook Cafe that was alive with chatter. Doc Emma bought the “Trolls” book hot seller for Ella’s trip back to France.
It was our last road trip for a long time, as it rained happiness on us all the way to Lansing and back. Before heading out, we had breakfast at our favorite joint, the Backwater Cafe by the Lowell dam.
We got that done just in the nick of time before their next day flight to Paris.
Now, it’s all back to normal at our New Era ranch. The fall is upon us with its abundance and glory. The crop of fall birthdays is amazing. It seems like everyone whom I am related to was born in September.
Yay. What a way to start the majestic autumn.
Stay tuned for Summer Flashbacks: Pirates of the Great Lakes aka Circling Lake Michigan.
My next book signing of Shifting Sands Short Stories is set for Sept. 16 & 17 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Fallasburg one-room schoolhouse museum during the annual Fallasburg village bazaar and Fall Fest for Arts.
Be sure to stop by and visit with us in the autumn glory of Fallasburg.
For more info on Schuler Books & Music go to: http://www.schulerbooks.com
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