I had a lovely time at Auntie’s Bookstore last night. There were some familiar and very beloved faces in the crowd, and I met some new people, too. I did an informal talk, and then a Q&A thing. As usual, I got a lot of insightful questions.
The view is stupendous this morning. It looks as though there will be sunshine. Until a little while ago, the lights in the valley were twinkling, a little scattering of gold. Being a writer, I wonder about the people living in those houses. Everyone has a story–everyone is a story.
I’m proud to tell you that my upcoming hardcover, “The Man from Stone Creek”, June, HQN, will also be released by Brilliance Audio. I love recorded books–listen to them at night, when I’m tired of looking at words on my computer screen–and in the car. And Brilliance always produces a high-quality product.
I’ve got my copy of “Walk the Line”. Can’t wait to watch it. Interestingly, I couldn’t go and see it in the theater–it will be too personal an experience for that. John and June were two of the kindest and most generous people I ever met, and I miss them sorely. But how thrilled they must be that the movie was such a success.
I guess that’s enough rambling for today. If you haven’t treated yourself to a copy of “McKettrick’s Choice” yet, pick one up soon. You’ll love the trail ride, and you won’t even have to get dirty–or saddle-sore!
See you tomorrow.