Cats’ Eyes is live on Kindle. Now if I die tomorrow, all will not be lost. I’ve had nightmares about my kids throwing out my manuscripts along with the old newspapers, magazines and junk mail. Flash drives dumped into a bottom drawer. My laptop recycled. Maybe the guy who wipes the hard drive will stop for a moment to wonder what the Word file, Broken Roses or Placid River Runs Deep or Crazy Cat Lady mysteries, might be. Maybe he’ll open one. Maybe his dad will be a publisher who reads it, loves it and publishes it posthumously. Maybe not.
But now at least one of my stories is safe in the public venue. I breathe a sigh of relief and get ready to dive into more.
Did you like Cats’ Eyes? Because the next Crazy Cat Lady mysteries are on their way. Copy Cat first draft is finished, and Cat’s Paw (working title) is being birthed from my catly imagination as we speak. The other titles I mentioned are happening as well. Because I’ve spent my time writing instead of seeking a publisher, I have produced a good amount of work.
Love doing it.
Love that I did it.
Love that I’m ready to do more.