We searched and searched while on our expedition with Grandson Waylon, not only to find his first buffalo, but perhaps to discover Rudolph in hiding. We thought this llama was going to give us a lead, but all he really wanted was bread and sent us down the road loafless.
I should have guessed with that silly smirk on his face that he wasn't to be trusted. Never pay a llama before you get information. All he'll do is drool on your window and tell a tall tale.
He wouldn't even let the little fallow deer close, which should have tipped us off. I'm sure the deer would've shared better information. After all, it was a cousin in the deer family and the llama wasn't.
I guess we are going to have to wait like everyone else to see Rudolph get his glow on Christmas Eve. I'm pretty sure we won't be seeing any llamas flying around. I hope the one we talked to gets a lump of coal up his...sweater.
Meanwhile, you've still got a little time to buy and download one or all of my ebooks for the readers in your clan: Song of the Unsung and Heart of the Unsung through Amazon; and Buffalo Hump through Champagne Book Group. The "Unsung" books are also available in paperback.
Merry Christmas Everyone! I hope you are blessed!
I'm pleased to report that I will be a contributor to Audra Middleton's blog (http://www.audramiddleton.com) starting Tuesday, January 15th, writing about my new novel, Hollow Point. Audra is also a multi-published Washington State author and this segment will have to do with a crime element. It should be a lot of fun and interesting! I hope you will drop in and read it.
The Pacific Northwest Writers Association book catalog is available. It contains works from PNWA authors in many genres and its perfect to find something for the readers in your family. I have two books, SONG OF THE UNSUNG and BUFFALO HUMP listed there. I have one more currently available, HEART OF THE UNSUNG through Amazon/Kindle and will have HOLLOW POINT available on January 6, 2014 from Champagne Book Group (http://www.champagnebooks.com/store).
I'm beginning to feel a bit sorry for my publisher up in Canuckskyville today. Her little village is going to get nailed again. They already expererienced a major flood a few months ago and are still cleaning up from that. I find myself wishing that the weather would hold off another month so my next book can be released without a problem. I mean, if it's going to happen, is a month too much to ask for?
The only other thing I'm really concerned about is that my publisher is very short. They might not find her until the thaw if things get too bad, thus causing more delays.Writing in the Northland has its challenges!
My paternal Great Grandfather was full-blood Cherokee and his wife was full-blood Kickapoo. The rest of me is a Euro-mix.