Despite the many snowstorms we had this winter, time seems to be flying. And so is my book—- minus moi, that is. Here’s a photo that came to me from my Facebook friend Kitty Zinck on a recent trip she made to Jamaica. She assured me that she and my book had an “awesome time.” Nothing like rubbing it in, Kitty. But I’ll forgive you since you found room in your suitcase for Cammie and Aunt Millie. ;)
Also, you can read my short story, “The Old Queen Rains“ that has been published in the winter issue of Understorey Magazine. While you’re there you might want to check out the rest of the magazine. It features the work of women from across Nova Scotia, and I think that’s a truly great thing.
Tomorrow is the first day of March. Just typing that out makes me want to say “What?” Yet, there are hints of spring around us and a noticeable difference in our daylight hours. I’m excited for spring. I’m sure you all are, too. Spring always fills me with a sense of hopefulness. I immediately want to start new projects and plant things in the ground. March will also see the official release of “Flying With a Broken Wing” in the US. I can hardly wait!
So here’s to spring— new life, new hope, and warmer weather!