Goodbye 2020!


Dear 2021, you are welcome as long as you promise to be better behaved than your predecessor. 2020 was a strange, strange year. Perhaps we should have known 2020 was going to be a difficult year when Terry Jones passed away last January… that feels like a lifetime ago. 2020 felt like it was a decade long and possibly, a decade ago as well.

The world had to adjust to a new normal. And it was hard on everyone. My own household managed to avoid becoming infected for close to 9 months and then the strain my husband got was thankfully very mild and the precautions we took during quarantine prevented my mom and I from also catching it. But for people like my husband, who wants to be on the go all the time, its brutal. That is one of the things he has struggled to adjust to, whereas I, who worked from home and can go days or weeks without ever desiring to leave my house found it was easy to get through the lockdowns and restrict my travel.

And so we enter 2021 with two approved vaccines and more possibly on the way, which should make the mental upheaval a little better, especially for those “on the go” people. I’m trying to keep this post from becoming gloomy, but 2020 was a rather gloomy year. We are expecting a winter storm tonight and my family and I are staying in for New Year’s. I hope whatever you do, you are safe about it.

I have to hope 2021 is better. I have a half dozen books planned to release. 2021 will be the first year I release 2 Nephilim Narratives novels; one in the spring and one in the fall. There will also be 2 D&R novels along with a Dysfunctional Chronicle.

All six of the audiobooks Findaway Voices is producing will release in March and April.

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