It’s February 27th, 2019 when I’m writing this. I’m inside recouping from the recent blizzard. In the last few days, I’ve moved just under a foot of snow with the help of the Webguy and the Red Pen. The object of our endeavor was to get as much off the drive before the Beta Reader packed it down with his tires leaving for work. We’ve had 91.2 inches of snow this winter season, and today it’s looking like we will be getting six more. It’s beautiful when it’s falling. On each side of the house, it swirls in snow eddies. On the southside, where the large trees protect us, it falls straight down. On the northside, it slams our house and my office window with such attitude that I suspect it’s somehow related to me.
When the blizzard hit with the 65 mile per hour winds, we stayed inside. You couldn’t really shovel the accumulating snow because the minute you tossed it off the shovel, it swirled back and filled in the walk behind you. We ate hot stew and drank a lot of tea. Any weight I may have lost from the activity of snow removal was replaced with comfort food.
During the blizzard, the Red Pen finished the first reading of the new Cid novel, The Promise. She loves it and will commence editing it soon. The Cid Garrett P.I. series centers around Cid and a group of contractors who renovate old buildings. There may be a PEEP cameo or two in them, but they aren’t paranormal-fantasy driven like the Haunted Series is.
Speaking of the Haunted Series, I’m very pleased with the reception Sideshow has gotten. We are going to be discussing the book on a podcast soon. I’d like to wait a few more weeks so everyone can get caught up. We will label the podcast with a spoiler warning. If you have questions that you’d like the Webguy to ask me, put them in an email Alexieaaronbiz@gmail.com or the comment section below, and address it to the Webguy. It doesn’t have to be about Sideshow. It can be about characterizations, plot threads, or other Alexie Aaron books. If you have a question for me, this is your chance.
I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome new readers. Each new reader enhances our PEEPs community. There are a lot of great writers out there; I’m honored that you’ve chosen to add my books to your eBook library. If you’d like to share the addiction with others, do so. If you’d rather have them buy their own eBook, I have lowered the price of the first book The Hauntings at Cold Creek Hollow to $0.99 on Amazon and Nook. This pricing will run until the 31st of March 2019.
Time for me to settle in and work on the next novel. It won’t have snow in it, I promise. Stay warm (cool if you’re in Oz) and safe. Hugs, Alexie Aaron.