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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Good morning to those with sunny skies and those watching the sun pile up. I believe there are more of the later then the present. Are you folks in the NE ready for a break? I'm reminded of my days as a youth in Wilmington De during the winter of, let's say 65,66, or perhaps 67. It was Christmas eve and Dad informed us to baton down the hatches and prepare for a monster storm. Seriously? It was a balmy 55 degree that December 24th, and then it started. Slowly but surely, the flakes started falling and falling and falling. Man! What a storm. We were snowed in for three straight days. I thought it was great because Santa brought the coolest present ever: a battery operated (with authentic noises) front end loader. I promptly took outside and attempted to shovel our massive two car driveway that had to be a country mile long. Dad came out and informed my, "I should be shoveling the front step so he could get his paper." "But dad, you can't even open the front door." He went back inside and said not another word, or at least words I could hear.

Okay, so what's the point of all this reminiscing? Well, if your caught inside and need a good read or two towile away the hours, I'm running a promo this week on Smashwords. FREE. Do we authors use the word too frequently? Perhaps, but, why not. Everyone likes free don't they? Well, maybe not the little girl on the Capitol Bank Commercials. Irrelevant. She will learn soon enough. Back on point. FREE ALL WEEK ON SMASHWORDS:

And for those looking for true love story:

With a little luck, one or both of these reads will keep you engrossed and not staring out the window wondering what the ground hog was thinking. Imagine what his forecasts would be like if he had an agent? Perish the thought.

Stay warm, stay dry and prepare for summer. It's just around the corner.
Have a great week.


  1. Hey, Mr. Jeff. I'm happy to say I MISSED the free event, because I'm happy to pay for your book when it takes its place on my TBR. I'm pushing yours forward, so hope that's just a few weeks. We should gather a blog posse where there's always something great to read or talk about :-)

  2. An excellent idea, as long as the pose isn't looking at the overdue parking tickets. Could cause a bit of ruckus, eh? Seriously, sounds like a great idea. Now, implementation is another issue. I shall ponder the thought.

    Thank you for the compliment about the books. Rarely does anyone jump and down when they miss a freebie weekend. They usually sit around spouting new expletives Webster will have tough time adding to the new slang dictionary.

  3. Jeff, I usually reserve my slang for the lack of time in any given day :-)


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