Hollis Shiloh

romance

Thursday, October 20, 2016

A general post of sorts


Hi guys.  This is a sort-of update.  I'm working on a new release, and it should be out within the next day or so.  (It's another bunny shifter book...but a little different.)

In the meantime, here's a picture I took over the summer.  I think it turned out pretty well:


I recently bought a book on identifying trees in my local area, so hopefully I will soon be well-versed in nature!  (Okay, maybe not.)  I also saw a bald eagle eating a dead fish!  Although I didn't get a picture of that (the eagle or the fish).


I'm trying to see if it works for me to be an Amazon Associate and earn money from clicks, so I'll be starting to link my books that way from now on, if it works out for me.  I was too intimidated to try for a long time.

On that crass, commercial note, here are some things I've gotten recently through Amazon, and quite liked:

  (Amazon affiliated links)


 
(an interesting movie)


(audiobook)


(3D wall stickers--very cute but don't stay up very well!)


(I love this!  I feel OK on it, when I mostly couldn't drink coffee at all for years!)



(These kitty sticky notes are a lot more use than you'd think!)

And of course, last but not least, for making healthier cocoa...and you know I need my cocoa!!!  (I still maintain it helps my brainpower, and believe me, I need all I can get!)  ;-)





Well, there are actually a lot of stressful things going on in my life right now, but I wanted to focus on some upbeat stuff, as well as trying out these affiliate links things.  

I'll be posting the new book's details soon.  In the meantime, here are some other people's books I've enjoyed a lot recently.  (Links go to Goodreads.)







...and, well, a lot more, if I'm honest.  (I read a lot of books!)

2 comments:

  1. I really loved The Weight of It All :-) I am sorry you have been having so much stress lately *Hugs*. I will definitely try the Cocoa and Coffee links (I can't drink coffee usually due to the acidity, but I may try this!)

    Tame

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    1. Thanks for the comment! Don't ever feel pressured to try something because I liked it, though! :)

      BTW, I've read one way to make coffee gentler on the stomach is to use the cold-brew method of preparing it, which is basically letting coffee grounds soak in cool water in the fridge overnight. I think it has a more complex flavor and it does seem to be gentler. But really, nobody should drink coffee because i say so... ;) I'm just happy I've finally found a kind I can enjoy.

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