Daffodils blooming in the yard. The smell of the first cut of the grass. Buds swelling on the roses. Fish jumping in the pond. Bunnies tumbling at play in the meadow.
And once it finally stops snowing here in the northwest corner of Connecticut, and once the night temperatures get somewhere above ‘Arctic’, we’re quite certain these things might actually happen!
Here in balmy New England (‘balmy’ describes the people in the McGoldrick household, not the weather), you wouldn’t know that it was spring. Ski resorts are offering three-day packages for the Fourth of July, and public schools are hoping to complete final exams by August 1st.
But…being ‘cup half full (actually brimming)’ types, every day we celebrate all the positives of still dealing with this arctic weather.
No gardening: translates into more writing
No yard work: translates into more writing
No day trips to the beach: translates into more writing
No shopping trips: translates into more writing
No golf for Jim: translates into more writing
No any kind of trips: translates into more writing
There it is. We’ve been doing a lot of writing. And you’ve been doing an amazing job supporting us in our endeavors. Over the past month, you put us on Top-100 Bestselling Kindle Historical Fiction Authors for three weeks in a row. You are fantastic, and we’re so grateful for all your support.
As a thank you, our May McGoldrick novel The Dreamer—the first book of our Highland Treasure Trilogy—will be FREE on April 4th, 5th. and 6th on Amazon Kindle. Hope you enjoy the book…and please feel free to share this news!
Also, there are very limited quantities of our print books still available. If you’ve worn out your copy or want a nice autographed gift for a friend, contact us and we will send you an order sheet.
Peace and Health!