Aquarium, Fun, and What’s Next

Hello, Readers!

This weekend was busy and entertaining. Saturday the hubby and I spent the day hanging out on Saturday. Which maybe wasn’t the busiest day of our weekend, but it certainly went by the quickest. Sunday was packed with loads of fun. We joined my younger sister and her family at the Loveland Living Plant Aquarium in Draper for an amazing day of watching sharks and penguins fed, seeing the new area called Asia where they had Clouded Leopards and these strange bearcat animals called Binturongs. That actually smell like buttered movie popcorn. We didn’t get a good picture of them as they were climbing up a tree and hid away from viewing to play wrestle in a safer area than the tree.

After that, we stopped at Toys R Us to get the hubby man a few more of his Lego Dimensions that we’ve been trying to get since Christmas for him. As that store sits right next to Barnes & Noble you know I had to make a stop in there. We picked up the next book in my daughter’s series she’s reading and of course, I got a few as well. I found Stephen King’s It for a killer price of $11. I couldn’t pass that up. I mean, seriously, this was the very first horror novel I read and I’ve been dying to get my hands on it since. Also, the hubby man grabbed me another writing novel called The Emotional Craft of Fiction by Donald Maass. It isn’t a large book, but it is going to be good. I’m sure.

I’m hoping to share with all of you readers pictures from our trip to the aquarium if our camera behaved with all that glass.

As for the status on my writing. My cover artist again is amazing, but more so she contacted me on Friday and I should have a cover by the middle of this week. I’m so excited to see it as it’ll be yet another piece of my novel that comes together. I have to admit that so many emotions are swirling around inside of me with the upcoming release, but mainly excitement. I’m toying with a few other ideas for the next novel to see which one sticks.

Until then, remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.

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