Today is the last day of lasts. The last night sleeping in this room, the last walk down this particular street, the last shopping event at a certain strip mall. We're not moving far, just to the other side of the city about forty minutes away, but still it's. . . different.
It's time to reorient ourselves to approaching the city from the east instead of the west. It's time to embrace minimalism and adjust to smaller spaces. Instead of looking at a lake from the mountain side, we're ON a lake (a small one but still, it's RIGHT THERE.)
We've segued from the busy family of six to the still busy (in different ways) family of two. We're ready to lock and go, go, go.
We're entering a new era. It's exciting and a little scary.
And speaking of new eras, I want to say a big THANK-YOU to everyone from my FB readers group, this blog, and my newsletter who gave feedback on the covers of my NEW series, The Higgins & Hawke Mysteries. Since it's a spin-off series from Ginger Gold, I decided it should follow the template a little more closely. The black and white tones support the "noir-like" quality Haley and Samantha face as they live and work during the depression years in Boston. I like to say it's 1930s meets Rizzoli & Isles.
What do you think? I hope you like them!
For those of you who are following Ginger's Journal, a NEW ENTRY "Daniel Returns" can be found HERE. If you're not following and you'd like to, the Journal is available to my newsletter subscribers. You can subscribe HERE.
It's strange to be following Ginger's romance with Lord Daniel Gold while at the same time writing about her honeymoon with Chief Inspector Basil Reed! Neither is going well at the moment. 🙂
ONLY TWO WEEKS until the launch of Murder Aboard the Flying Scotsman! Have you preordered yet?
You can preorder HERE and watch for the book to appear magically on your kindle.
That's all for now. Happy Reading!
It’s high time to reorient ourselves to approaching the city from the east instead of the west. It’s time to embrace minimalism and adjust to smaller spaces.