I cannot begin to express how glad I am that this winter is over; both in my mind and in my next book.
I finally crawled out of my hibernation this morning to see the ice on Murray Lake had melted. I know many fine ice fishermen were disappointed by this, as well as the constructors of the ice rinks in the area including “Bill Gates of Honey Creek.”
I also understand that the “snow toys ” are very expensive as they go unused. But, when I heard that swan flap her wings and land on water, and the first birds singing,I knew we had survived another winter.
I registered for Calvin College Conference on Faith & Writing this morning to connect with the publishing industry in my own hometown of Grand Rapids. Conferences out of town can be expensive.
Come to my next book signing of Shifting Sands Short Stories @LowellArts on March 10 from 1 to 4pm.
You will treat yourself to book talk on the magnificent backdrop of the West Michigan Art Competition. You can pick-up a copy of my Shifting Sands Short Stories locally at Schuler Books in Grand Rapids and Lansing or on Amazon.
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See you there.
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