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Well this won’t do!

Its Friday morning and I have the day off from my library position at the college. I’ve a strong cup of Barry’s tea steeping and I’m poised to write another twenty pages in Vinehart Farm. If you remember a prior post, I told you all that I’m not so good at closing, and guess what? I’m having a hard time coming up with an end to the story. Before I can finish, I have to ask my cousin the sheriff for some scenarios regarding evidence and whether there really is a perfect crime.

Meanwhile, I’m on the radio next Friday, May 23rd, with Roland Lajoie on WLVB, 93.9 around these parts. Tune in around 8:15 AM. I’ll be talking about Peace Cottage, trying to continue interest as I wait patiently for my book to show up on Amazon as a soft cover. I’m losing patience with Amazon, and I have no control over the situation. It’s not like there’s a “contact us” on the Amazon website where I can ask forlornly, “Where’s my book?”

Does having patience mean a week or month or two months? I guess I’m about to find out.




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2 thoughts on “Well this won’t do!

  1. Maggie on said:

    I too looked for a “contact us” button on Amazon so I could tell them I would like to read your book in paper. There is no button so I will be patient too – what choice do we have!

    Meanwhile congratulations on your radio talk and on having time to write. My 2 cents worth regarding the perfect crime are that there isn’t one because the one who committed the crime has to be constantly covering his/her tracts and trying to interpret comments that people make. Do they know? Have they figured it out? Living with knowledge of a crime would eat away at my soul – unless I thought it really wasn’t a crime and should have happened and only the existence of a law makes it a crime.

    Have a marvelous day. I love you.

    • Thanks for your thoughts about living with knowledge of a crime. This was the center of Vinehart Farm, how the characters all dealt with it. I’m hoping I find a similar theme in the next book I do, that tension between fear and ethics. Love you back!


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