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We’re on our way!

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Yep, that’s a printed test proof of Keepers of Arden. I might be a tad excited. I screamed when I opened it, so… yeah, I’m excited. I’m in the process of reading it again, going through each page to make sure there’s nothing wrong in the formatting, but so far, so good. Hopefully, by the end of this month, it’ll be available. Stay tuned to my website because once it is available I plan on doing something fun with the ebook.

In other news, I’m reading The Dragon Gem by Brian Beam and I’m thoroughly enjoying it. It’s rather lighthearted with a humorous narrator. I should have my review up on Monday.

For those of you who follow me on Facebook, I wanted to let you know I’ve been having some technical difficulties. I’ve put in a request for some help, but Facebook doesn’t seem to have a crazy good support group. There’s some people I really want to follow, however, the only option I’m given is to “report” them. Really annoying and has taxed my patience. To top it off, my posts have been disappearing into some blackhole. I’ve never considered myself inept when it comes to figuring out programs. I did rather well in my last job. But Facebook is an entirely different beast. Last night I finally learned how to work around one of my other issues, so I guess that’s a small win. I could go on and write a short story about all my frustrations, but I’ll spare you.

Last but not least, I’m looking into doing a book signing sometime later this year, perhaps the fall. Summer in Arizona isn’t the best time to ask people to leave their air-conditioned homes and venture into the 120 degree weather. Even if it is just a short drive. By the time your car cools down, you’re at your destination and you have to brave walking from your car to the store. Never fun.

I think that’s about it for now. To conclude this rambling post, here’s a picture of my two dogs with my book. The brown/white one is Juneau, and the black/white one is Comet. They were excited, too.

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6 thoughts on “We’re on our way!

    • booksbylkevans says:

      Thank you :)

      The dogs are Siberian Huskies. Great dogs, extremely hyper, intelligent beyond what’s good for them, horribly obstanent, and entirely entertaining. I’ve only had one other dog besides these and it was a Husky as well. I’ve grown very fond of the breed, and these two keep me young. How about you? You got any furry creatures living in your home?

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  1. Morris Dancer (@MorrisF1) says:

    Hmm, Twitter connection wasn’t kicking in, hence replying this way.

    Ah, I was wondering whether they were Huskies or maybe Malamutes.

    I’ve got a weird mixture of stuff. He’s at least part border collie, and I suspect he’s got some bull terrier in him (it’d explain how strong his jaws are, and how the cleverness of a border collie could be quite so diluted). Spent the morning cleaning the kitchen of his doings, actually…

    Previous pets include a proper border collie, and a crossbreed border collie (probably crossed with a poodle, or maybe a labrador). She was the smartest dog I’ve known, and we got her when I was 4. Damned shame dogs don’t live as long as humans.

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    • booksbylkevans says:

      Border Collies are adorable! Love them. I wanted a Saint Bernard, but the drool thing would eventually get on my nerves. German Shepard is another dog I’d love to own one day.

      I hear you about them living longer. My last dog died at 10 years. She had a bunch of medical problems and sadly died of what we think was a heart attack. We woke to a horrible screaming coming from her. It was over in minutes, but those were the longest minutes of my life. Quite traumatizing. I’m not ready to lose either of the ones I have. It’s amazing how important they become.

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  2. Morris Dancer (@MorrisF1) says:

    Yeah, drool is not good.

    That sounds horrific. We had the first dog put down… she could barely walk, see or hear. Vets came to us to do it, but just as they injected her, she let out this terrible wail. That was bloody awful.

    In general terms, dogs are preferable to people.

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    • booksbylkevans says:

      In general terms, dogs are preferable to people.

      I wholeheartedly agree.

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