I have books! You should read them. They’re like hanging out with me, only weirder!
And I have others! Here they are.
This collection of short stories should be free, and it is from other sellers! Like:
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So it’s May, and the A to Z Blogging Challenge is history. I didn’t to well this year, falling down on the visits, and I’m not sure if I’ll do it again next year.
But that is quite a way away, so we’ll see.
The blogging part went OK, I basically wrote mostly what I would have written anyway, given the mood, so that’s good.
It’s a quick one today, April felt long and short all at the same time, and while you’re missing me (how could you not be?) check out my books.
(Tarsius by Sakurai Midori [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)]
So THESE books are my books. Did I take a shortcut today?
Sorry. She just won’t let “I” pass without getting her due. Aunty Ida, that is.
Who is Aunty Ida, you ask conveniently hypothetical reader? Why she’s a brilliant scientist slightly more, um, well, enthusiastic than she should be.
Don’t tell her I said that.
Her bad side is a place you do not want to be. For sure.
While fictional, I’m not sure Aunty Ida is entirely fictional. Sometimes I feel as though she’s out there, somewhere, in a parallel somewhere or another, dictating her stories to me through the distance of space and time and reality.
If anyone could, she could.
For the writers among us, do you have characters like Ida? Ones who boss you, who tell you what’s what? Who demand your attention and their spotlight on the page?
Want to meet Aunty Ida? Here she is.
If you miss me, grab one of my books!
It’s probably feeling kind of empty.
You should fill it. But with what? What oh what should you download onto your brand new Kindle?
Oh I know!
Check out my books! They’re even free to read with Kindle Unlimited.
Hope you’re having a magical holiday!
Because she’d love to meet you.
More specifically, she’d love to meet your brain.
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