Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Just past the halfway mark on the Blog Tour with Loving the Book.com and Grace Without Grace, Stumbling into Romance. Lots of good comments and bloggers from all over the world! 

I did have one moment of sadness when I found Amazon made a mistake on my delivery date for the paperbacks. I take the books to book signings, and here, locally, to the Farmer's Market on Saturdays. 

I was supposed to have the first order on Monday, but they let me know that the delivery date was posted in error. It's next Monday, September 16th. 

That means that I won't have them for the Market until Saturday, September 21st. But it works, right? 

I hope to see my local friends and fans then, or any time through the end of October when the Market ends.

Meanwhile, tune in to the Tour! See what's going on.

Here's the latest blog, Beautiful Blessings 86. It's one of many lovely blogs that have posted this last week.

Just click the link below, enter the contest it you'd like, and then follow the link to Lovingthebook and click on conversation. It should take you to all of the other blog posts.

https://beautifulblessings86.wordpress.com/2019/09/10/grace-without-grace-tour-sept-6-12/?fbclid=IwAR0t_TNLPb8IgC0SyhWj2f7zGuJZdRCfbkUFkdX5Wa7ekSW7EOiEFW4G-T8
I meant to put this in a week ago, but we had one heck of a week after the cover reveal day.

My sister-in-law came to visit from Southern California, and with only a week for her to get to know our Wild Rivers' Coast area, we had to hustle to see everything she was dying to see--and we were dying to show her.

Around us is some of the most pristine forest in the world, a cold rain forest, but it is a rain forest, some of the most rugged (and in our case undammed) rivers in the country, and the most spectular coastline.

So here a few picks!

Battery Point Lighthouse--still working and manned 24/7.
On the beat just before crossing over to the lighthouse. It was foggy at this time, but the gray beyond the bushes is the ocean.
Beautiful vista from near Endert's Beach south of Crescent City.

A gorgeous road through Trees of Mystery in Klamath California
From the Gondola at Trees/Mysery.

Again from the Gondola, and if there wasn't fog, you'd see the ocean in the far distance. Still breathtaking, right?
Sister in law couldn't get over how big, beautiful and unique these toppled giants' roots were.