Thursday, February 13, 2020
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Yes, that’s little early, but I won’t be here tomorrow.
Yes, my chuckaboos, I’m back again. I had so much fun creating this novelette, that I just can’t help sharing it again.
There’s a nice long snippet from the beginning last week. So I’m only sharing a tiny bit right now.
“Shoo, Quellie! Shoo. Get out from under foot,” I told the duck, and shook my skirt at her…
“Fiona… What have you done to those wonderful cherries?” my brother asked in a resigned tone. “And where is Quellie? I thought she had caused your caterwauling.”
“Heaven knows. What difference does it make, as long as the dreadful duck is out of the kitchen?” I replied.
“Here, let me do that. You’ve made too big of a pot. At least the dye has cooled down now,” Steele commented.
Thrilled quacking and squawking ensued when Steele poured the warm cherry water. The duck fluttered up to the counter and landed in the rosy waterfall of juice. Pink splashes coated half the kitchen as Quellie happily flapped in the basin. Steele and I were also covered with cherry splatter.
I made a video trailer for this whimsical steampunk-Victorian tale.
This valentine includes more than an hour of fun (depending on how fast you read). The e-book is just 99 cents. Universal link to e-book. Or try https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084NZFZ14?tag=relinks-20
The paperback is available now, but not in time for Valentine’s Day… Universal link to paperback.
Comments are closed today, because you’ve been so kind to leave a comment earlier this week. I love hearing from you, but worry about being a bother. I’m also working on this weekend’s chapter of The Delta Pearl, which appears here, free, each week.
Cheers, my chuckaboos! Happy Valentine’s Day, just a little early. Hugs on the wing!
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