If you haven't yet read THE WAKE UP, I'm posting to let you know that it's a Kindle Monthly deal for the month of March. All month the ebook is on sale for only $2. If you've read it, and enjoyed it, maybe tell a friend? Happy reading!
This is the blog I use for my #DailyGratitude photos and other miscellaneous content sharing. Like my own personal Tumblr!
This is the best photo I was able to get this morning.
In case you missed it, I have nine books on sale at Amazon.com at very low prices this month. Sales lasts until the end of this month, or about another five days.
They are: Say Goodbye for Now, Ask Him Why, The Language of Hoofbeats, Take Me with You, When I Found You, Leaving Blythe River, Walk Me Home, Worthy, and Allie and Bea.
And they are for sale in both Kindle and paperback!
...and the cat huddles in close for the dog;'s warmth. Even though the heater is on in here.
Just a quick tip for my UK readers. SAY GOODBYE FOR NOW is on Prime Reading in the UK.
That means if you have Amazon Prime you should go out and read it because it's absolutely free for the next three months or so!
You can use THIS LINK.
Happy free reading!
And this, in a nutshell, is why I don't take photos with my phone the way most people do. Without the 83x zoom, you wouldn't even see a hawk.
This is the crowdfunding page for our newest Pay It Forward Foundation program. We are getting ready to come back better than ever!
If you can help, it would be much appreciated. If not, maybe you can share THIS LINK?
At the end of a bizarrely hot day.
My Daily Gratitude
This beautiful and huge monarch decided to take an interest in the lemon blossoms in my yard today.
The Cloud Painter was doing amazing work today!
Reflected sunrise over the ocean with setting full moon.
Pretty sure my horse had never seen a mini when I got him. A year and a half later he still can't take his eyes off her.
With just a snippet of ocean view.
We all need that.
It. Will. Be. Hot.
I didn't see the crepuscular rays until I uploaded the pic to my computer.
Staring in at me through my kitchen window.