Gosh, I’ve been away from blogging for a long time. Let me start with a short post revealing the things I’ve been up to during my long absence.
First: Cats. Joining Howard, Zahara, and James is my new lad, Bobby. (So named because he’s more or less tail-less, or bobbed, in the rear guard.) Bobby was a street cat living a life of desperation when we found him. He darted into our garage, clearly frightened to death, but determined to eat some old, dried-up, rejected cat food or die trying. After finding no trace of him in the various local “lost pet” listings, and after a positive trip to the vet, he joined our happy home.
Second: a new book series. This has been underway for some time, but I couldn’t say a word about it until recently. It’s called the Jem Jago Mysteries, and Book #1 is A Death At Seascape House. Here’s the cover created by the wizards at Bookouture, digital publishers extraordinaire:
Third: lockdown/COVID-19 culture. I’m as sick of it as you are, but I’m grateful not to have lost any relatives or friends yet. I hope all of you are well, and that the vaccine rollout soon allows us to resume a normal life.
More later! In the meantime, I’ll about to find out if I still remember how to post a blog entry. Cheers!