On To The Next Stage

 Posted by at 12:16 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 252024

I spent most of yesterday reading through and making corrections to the last chapters I had written for my new book, Big Lake Accident. It was close to 8 PM when I finished and my eyes felt like they were about to fall out of my head.

Now it’s on to the next stage. I printed those chapters out for Terry to edit and proofread, and once she’s done and I make her corrections, I will send them on to Judy and Roberta for them to do their thing.

Besides spending a lot of time paying all of the end of the month bills, Terry made a delicious dinner of sesame chicken and rice. It was her first attempt at this dish, and it turned out absolutely delicious, just like everything else she makes.

It’s supposed to be windy this afternoon, and then another storm system will be coming through the area on Tuesday with a lot of rain predicted. I know we can always use the rain, but I wish it would hold off for a while and dry things out so I can repair all of the ruts in the back yard and pasture left from having the septic field lines replaced. But it will happen eventually. All it takes is patience on my part. Of course I’m not exactly known for my patience, am I?

Congratulations Marcy Krauss, winner of our drawing for an audiobook of Koinobi, the first book in the Koinobi Trilogy, by Reid Minnich. How far would you go to help a parasitic insect from the stars? Tweeskzaht nudges human civilization and technology forward from the shadows. Unaware of the war in the stars above it, Earth is in the crosshairs of both sides. To save her adopted home, she must reveal herself to a small band of humans. Will Mike’s self-sacrifice, Kindra’s cunning, and David’s intelligence be enough to save Earth from becoming a hunting ground? Find out in this sci-fi thriller.

We had 12 entries this time around. Stay tuned, a new contest starts soon. Note: Due to the high shipping cost of printed books and Amazon restrictions on e-books to foreign countries, only entries with US addresses and e-mail addresses are allowed. After 90 days, unclaimed prizes revert back to the drawing pool for a future contest.

And finally, here’s a chuckle to start your day from the collection of funny signs we see in our travels and that our readers share with us. This one came from my friend Jim Harper.

Thought For The Day – If you see a road sign that says “Survey Crew Ahead” they are not actually interested in your opinion. I know that now.

Nick Russell

World-Famous, New York Times Best Selling Author, and All-Around Nice Guy!

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