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Friday, March 15th, 2013
The day that was/is

Remember that post I made with the saddle that reminded me of Sheri Tepper’s Grass? Today I got awesome spam mail wanting to buy it. Bwahahahaha! And if it *was* like the Grass device, they’d be so very sorry to get it, too.

I’m getting closer to getting the WIP in progress right. Got feedback from my agent today. I have some tweaks and a cool and interesting addition to make that I hadn’t thought of before and then, hopefully, I’ll be set.

Bon Jovi has a new album out. I want to get it. I remember seeing them for the Slippery When Wet Tour in Fresno with Cinderella opening.

My lovely and wonderful husband surprised me with flowers today. Terribly surprising, given he’s in Oregon. I cried. I admit it. Love that man. Miss him. Two weeks til I get to see him again.

All the Crosspointe books and two of the Path books (three will come soon), are available on Audible.com. I haven’t had a chance to listen yet, so if anyone has, how are they?

If you haven’t seen this, it’s hilarious. Poor sales guy.

3 comments to “The day that was/is”

  1. Douglas Meeks
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     · March 15th, 2013 at 2:17 pm · Link

    If we consider Slippery When Wet as a 10 this new one is more like in the 5-7 range.



    • Di Francis
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       · March 16th, 2013 at 3:11 pm · Link

      I like another 80s hair band fan 😀



      • Douglas Meeks
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         · March 16th, 2013 at 3:22 pm · Link

        I had to start reviewing books because I could not afford my music habit AND my reading habit. So I get a lot of free books and have over 13,000 songs on my iTunes LOL. The vast majority are classic rock/80s/90s and melodic rock. I recently discovered a group called TEN and they are great and it cost me big to get almost all of their catalog .



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