Thursday, May 2, 2019

Sick and Tired

As expected, the flu got me. Good news: I’m now immune to at least that strain, most likely for life. They should sell t-shirts. The flu nearly killed me and all I got was this lousy immunity. I shouldn’t complain. According to the CDC: 80,000 people died of flu last winter in the U.S., making it the highest death toll in 40 years. Robin and I are still feeling the after-effects, but everything is mostly back to normal. More importantly, we are back to work.

Age of Legend has gone out to Kickstarter backers. The print file is in process. The audio production is moving, and I am back working on Book 2 of the Fall, which I am rather pleased with now that I am re-reading it to remember where I left off.

Perhaps most importantly, my daughter and I are in a virtual tie in our birding contest. And as I am way behind with regard to posting about it, I must now put up the final post from my trip to Key West to complete that story.

3 comments:

  1. So glad that you survived the flu! I hope you and Robin feel back to 100% again soon.
    I only learned about the Kickstarter today. Sorry I missed it! We're big fans and hope to see you again at another convention. Any news about up coming appearances?

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  2. I just found out your books 5 and 6 of Age of Legends is not being offered by Audible. What happened? Are they going to be offered somewhere else? Please let me know. I prefer to do the Kindle ebook with the audiobook. If you have a new source for this I would appreciate you letting me know. Thank you so much for being my story telling friend.

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