Another project I "always wanted to do" was to do more writing--which I have done--just not on a blog. So today, I am finally back to my blog with the best of intentions. And we will see where it goes. It's been four years since my last posting!
Last month, I hosted members of the Published Authors Liaison who were blown away by the Carnegie Library Museum and LaPoste in Perry. And I have even had a couple of author events at the Hotel Pattee--Zachary Michael Jack with his hilarious book Corn Poll and J. Ryan Stradal for his marvelous story called Kitchens of the Great Midwest. And I can't forget the memorable evening with one of my all-time favorite poets, James Autry who brought his wonderful words to LaPoste for a very special event sponsored by Hometown Heritage.
Last week, I fell and sprained my ankle--while enjoying nature and hunting for mushrooms! It's a bad sprain--but it's not all bad. You see, it forced me to sit with my foot up--and sitting at the computer with my foot elevated, gave me the incentive to return to this blog. Then, while re-reading some of my past postings, I was reminded that many of my friends really do like to know what I'm reading--and I love recommending books to them.
So here goes--I'm back to blogging. And we will see where it leads. Thanks for reading.