Thursday, July 24, 2014

New book, and it's late so I can't think of a proper blog title--you're lucky I can even spell right now . . .

After some crazy email problems, all stemming from my Yahoo account (basically, someone hacking my Yahoo, which sounds terrible), I heard that WiDo will pick up the third book in my novel series about Emma. I'm truly happy and thrilled to know The Love Seekers will come out. I was sort of transfixed into another world the whole time I worked on it, which is a nice treat after struggling so much with other projects. So, yay, this is good news and I can't wait to get things rolling!

But back to that email. I had a bad feeling my messages weren't going out, as all received messages were being erased--and not by me. I had my computer hacked too, and my phone. I'm pretty sure it's still happening. My Facebook goes nuts, it's crazy. It started last spring. The good news is that I've switched to a new service, but as for Facebook, it's not like I have to go on there that much anyway. Too many arguments and annoying misspelled memes. Anyone have similar issues with this stuff?

Hope all is well with all of you in bloggerland! I'm not ready for summer to end yet. I'm the same way every year. I'll be back when it's time for The Time Seekers cover reveal, or hopefully sooner. Until then, much love and rock on!

Here's my latest Flickr activity if you're bored.

Some lovely Kansas flowers

6 comments:

  1. I love the Cone Flowers.

    Congratulations on your book deal. I am happy to hear that things are going well for you, at least in your writing career.

    We are all targets for spam and hackers on the Internet. I have been getting a lot of anonymous emails lately on Google. I just don't open them and send them to spam. It is very annoying, and I hope it will just go away. It seems as though you have a bigger problem.

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    1. I think my reply went poof, but I wanted to say thank you and remember when the worst we went through were those stupid emails about someone in Nigeria needing funds transferred to their bank, or so forth? Oh, the good old days . . .

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  2. It's the lovely flower time of the year, and I'm so happy about the book.

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    1. Yes it is. Everything around here is loving this weather (including me!).

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  3. Congratulations, Amy. I'm so happy for you. WiDo is a great group of editors and writers.

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    1. Thank you, Ann. And I'd definitely include you among the great at WiDo!

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