Thank you to all the women whose sacrifices and struggles have paved the way; to those whose love nurtures, provides strength, and sustains; and to those who, in their own unique fashion, make this life that much better.
Wishing you more smiles than tears;
More confidence than fears.
Good health and peace of mind;
And an even greater disposition to be kind.
May 2016 be a wonderful year for us all!
Peace and love,
Friends in T&T: I‘ll be on CCN TV6’s Morning Edition tomorrow, Tuesday 14th July, to talk about ‘The Protector’s Pledge’. Tune in around 7:15 a.m. if you can… 😉
Exciting news, folks: The Protector’s Pledge is now available in paperback and as an eBook on Amazon! Want to read some of it for free? Umm…yeah you do! Visit the book’s Amazon pages (on Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.es, Amazon.fr, Amazon.it…. o.k. you get the picture) and check out the Look Inside feature. (If you do end up reading The Protector’s Pledge, please, please, please consider giving it a rating and writing a review).
Another online purchasing option is my CreateSpace eStore: Createspace.com/4882499
And for all my friends in Trinidad and Tobago: I dropped off copies at Charran’s Book Stores in Trincity Mall yesterday (Tel: 640-3155). Copies will also be available at Charran’s branches in San Juan (675-9023) and Tunapuna (663-1476).
Adventures await us,
Mysteries need solving;
Let’s open a book,
Its story is calling.”
Yesterday, approximately six months after the process began, I approved the final version of the illustrations for The Protector’s Pledge. I don’t want to give too much away, but there are twelve black-and-white, full-page illustrations (one per chapter) and my CreateSpace illustrator did an amazing job capturing exactly what I wanted. Ok, so now on to the next step! 😉
I’m finally setting up my author site (and need to give a huge thank you to my husband—a bona fide digital and electronic troubleshooting genius / lifeline)! I’ve been working on this baby for more than four hours straight, and am quite enjoying the process, but it’s time to call it a night. If I call it quits now I can get a solid 3 1/2 hours of sleep before my alarm goes off. Hmm… perhaps wake-up time will need to be pushed back just a little… 😉