I’ve left my lakeside cabin to get out in the world. Over the next couple of weeks you can look forward to seeing my book and my biggest fans having all kinds of fun!
And on the theme of being out and about – please check my “Getting to Know the Author” interview over on Glynis Smy’s blog. Pretty funny story about marshmallows and horses at the end.
It was great to interview you. Those little ones are so cute!
They really do keep me going and give me a laugh a minute and provide all kinds of story ideas. Every writer needs a few grandkids!
Truly happy for you Francis!
Nice to hear from you and thank you. You know from my various comments how much I admire your writing. I always look forward to your posts.
Love this picture, Francis!
Thanks, Jill. I had plans to photograph the book all over the place. We attended a wedding the other night and I wanted a picture of Disappearing in Plain Sight with the bride and groom (which would have been perfect as the groom was reading and loving the book). I got too busy having a good time to get the picture! Eeekkk. Oh well.
Enjoy your time away from the cabin!
I certainly am if falling into bed at night and sleeping like a log is any indication. After a few months of near isolation, life in the city is a bit overwhelming – but in a great way. Though I will really have to become a 4 a.m. writier if I’m going to keep up even a teeny bit on social media.