Greetings to all you dear people.
I don't know about you, but we've been having incredible fall weather! Warm days and sunshine. Up here where I live, the leaves have been staying around extra long and have been glowing extra bright. We haven't had a lot of wind or rain to knock the leaves off so it's been simply a glorious fall.
I keep wanting to stop and take pictures and then realize I have SO many fall pictures. I just want to capture it. I was driving back from Edmonton yesterday after bringing my computer in to get fixed (sad face) and I drove over this river that runs through the town nearest to us. I parked my car and walked back to the bridge to take a picture, ignoring the loaded logging trucks, grain trucks, fuel trucks and pickup trucks as they blew past me.
It was worth it, I think.
I don't know which device you read your books on. The majority of my books are on Kindle but I'm doing an experiment.
I took my Sweethearts of Sweet Creek series and put them out on some other platforms to see if I could get some new readers for those books.
They've been out awhile on Amazon, but I just put them out on Kobo, Apple, Barnes and Noble and Google Plus. So if you read your books on those platforms, you can find this series there. I have two buttons below.
One will take you to Google Play. The other will take you to a place where you can choose which platform you want to read your books on. I'll see how the experiment goes. I've also put Homecoming in a collection with a number of other authors but I'll tell you about that in another e-mail.
Meanwhile if you want to read the Sweethearts of Sweet Creek series on other platforms, you can check them out.
I've been working on my laptop which isn't as much fun as my large desktop computer so I'm hoping it comes back soon.
Next week I'll have news about my latest book, but you'll have to wait until then to find out more! I'm really excited about this newest Aspen Valley Series and excited for you to meet the people whose stories I'll be telling.
This weekend is Thanksgiving up here in Canada. It's going to be a smaller affair for us this year. Two of the kids are coming home so I don't need to make as much food as usual, though it's hard to cut down. I like making sure we have plenty.
So to my Canadian Readers I want to wish you a very blessed Thanksgiving. We have much to be thankful for especially whenever I open the news and see what is going on in the world. For those who are dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes, storms and wildfires, I pray you may receive peace and strength to deal with what lies ahead of you.