Got my revision letter for book four. It's madness here at rewrite city.
Old Man Winter may be in retreat but doesn't mean that Mother Nature won't have her way with us. My sister sent this picture of the aftermath of an Austin, TX, storm. Her poor Prius. All the car wanted to do was reduce its carbon footprint and look what happened.
Here in Denver, my time at the keyboard was interrupted by a loud drumming in the ductwork. It would start in the morning and occur at odd times during the day. Figured out it was a crazy woodpecker banging on a pipe sticking out from the roof. My son and I chased it away with a volley of high-tech rocks.
Meanwhile, my books keep popping up all over. (Thanks, everybody) Tez Miller, a most beloved Australian book lover, posted this pic of my books in the Melbourne Central Borders.
I've got my meager fortune hanging on making this writing-novels-for-a-living gig work. But as a fallback, I had this incredible job offer come to me:
Brify Design Compnay©: Introduces the position of offshore financial
manager, you being our offshore manager your Responsible is to
processing payments from customers and clients, you did not did not need to
travel to meet our client or Customer all payment will be delivered to
you at home.
The requirements for the candidates are:
-Being energetic, responsible, honest and industrious
-Being under 18-90 years old
-Having a few (1-2 hrs a day) to check your email
-Having a phone, (home and mobile)
-Having an email
And I get to keep 10% of the money that is processed through my bank account. What a windfall. I like that the company isn't at all uptight about punctuation or spelling.