I've also been preparing for the freebie sale of Spirit Shapes on Amazon Kindle, a perfect Halloween tale.
And of course, I'm still promoting the latest in the series-- Seldom Traveled. I've had two radio show to appear on and been to two big book fairs--the first in San Luis Obispo and the Great Valley Book Fest in Manteca.
Coming up this Saturday is the Visalia Taste of the Arts where I'll be in a booth with several authors all afternoon.
Then there's one last appearance, two days at the Porterville Art Gallery in November for their Holiday Boutique.
The big question is how much does all this help? Who knows. What it does do is acquaint readers with my books and isn't that what we're all about?
Oh,and when we started home from San Luis Obispo we stopped in Morro Bay and saw this replica of the Spanish galleon. Hard to believe that Cabrillo and others could sail all the way from Spain, around the horn and up the coast all the way to California on the open seas in that small and flimsy looking ship.
Eventually life will bet back to normal...maybe.