Preparing for a Virtual Blog Tour and Freezing
Because I’m going to have a blog tour in March for No Sanctuary, I’ve been answering interviews and writing articles. Did some yesterday and finished the rest that I’d been given today.
Meanwhile our gas heater quit working on Sunday–that’s the main heater for the house. Fortunately for me, there’s another heater, down the hall and near my office, so if I close the door into the living room, it keeps the office fairly decent.
Sunday night, went to bed early to keep warm–did some editing and watched TV.
Hate to complain since the rest of you have snow and ice and all that cold stuff. It was 38 when I got up this morning and it’s been raining all day. Had some thunder and it got dark as night at 3 p.m.
The guy from the Gas Co. arrived a bit ago right in the middle of the biggest downpour. He fixed the heater–yeah, already warmer. And it’s stopped raining, at least for awhile.
We need rain desperately–they tell us it’s our(California’s) third year of drought. Hope all the rain we’ve been having lately (along with the snow in the mountains) will take care of the problem.
My new publisher has put an old romance of mine, Lingering Spirit, on the Kindle, wish I had one to take a look at it. I know some of my mysteries are already there.
Yes, I do love electronic gadgets, it just takes me awhile to figure out how to use them. When all else fails, I ask my 18 year old granddaughter and she always seems to know the answer.
Get more on the Kindle? Please? I can make the type size large enough to read without strain – it is truly the only way I can read books these days. A real lifesaver for us book addicts who need the large print.