I’ve always liked Wednesdays. They’re not hectic, like Mondays, mundane, like Tuesdays and Thursdays, or oh-the-heck-with-it-it’s-almost-the-weekend, like Fridays. I was born on a Wednesday, so maybe that’s why I like them. Wednesday’s child, that’s me.
What’s special about today? Well, first of all, it’s a DAY, and that makes it a precious gift, in and of itself.
I did a radio interview, first thing this morning, and it always jazzes me to talk about the current book–in this case, “Deadly Gamble”, with a mention of “Sierra’s Homecoming.” (That’s available from Audible.com, by the way, and I enjoyed listening to it on my iPod, plus it got me up to speed to write “The McKettrick Way”, my next Special Edition.)
“One Last Look”, the final story in the Clare and Tony trilogy, is out there in mass market right now. If you didn’t catch the last episode in trade paperback, you might want to pick it up.
And this week, Thursday won’t be mundane. I’m headed out on a brief and badly-needed vacation. I’ll try to blog tomorrow, before catching my plane, but travel days being what they are, I might be too rushed. I’ll be right here on Monday morning, though, waiting for you to show up for a visit.