First, the good news. The book signing earlier this month went off very well. I sold a few books, made some contacts, and enjoyed interacting with readers. Thanks to Gaylin Thomas for her preparation and encouragement. Thanks also to my husband Don, who cheerfully carted books to and from the museum.
I still have a few books left. They include two of my collections, Five Female Gumshoes and Seeking Refuge and other Bible Stories; my two latest novels Seek and Ye Shall Find and Death on the Air; and my first collection of columns from 1998-2000.
If you would be interested in getting a signed copy sent to you, email me at email@example.com for prices. First come, first serve. I would prefer to be paid via Paypal but we can discuss alternatives.
That's the good stuff. The bad? For days I've been struggling with my main laptop, which has, for reasons I don't quite comprehend, decided to no longer run Office apps. They will start off okay and then a box will pop up informing me the program has run into a problem and must close.
I have run a virus and malware scan on the system. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Office several times to no avail. It has taken up more of my time then I like and I'm uncertain what the solution is (all Microsoft haters please do not tell me to abandon the apps).
So the past week or so has been a rollercoaster. Despite the computer problems things are looking up - in a few days Don and I leave to take a cruise around the Hawaiian islands. Look for pictures on Facebook and possibly here.
Until next time, have a great week.