Finishing up in Atlanta today . . . I’ll be at Mt. Paran Christian School this morning, then it’s off to the airport to fly home. And–good news! Last night I clicked the “send” button and sent THE ELEVATOR off to my editor, along with its style sheet and timeline. As I wait to hear from her, I’ll begin the research for my next book, the first in the “Fairlawn” series.
And I might take a few days off.
Oh–yesterday, at Fellowship Christian School, I walked into the library and received the shock of my life. The librarian, Linda Landrum, had unearthed a copy of the Re’Generation’s UNMISTAKABLY album . . . and there I was on the cover, with nine of my teammates. What a hoot! Few people even remember the Re’Generation, let alone have the albums. If you have a store of them around the house, I also sang on the GOING HOME and STOP AND SMELL THE ROSES albums . . . wow. Those were recorded in 1976-77. That seems like an eternity ago, but I’m still living out lessons I learned that incredible year.
Can you believe tomorrow is April first? No April fools jokes here, though I have heard of a couple floating around cyberspace. Tomorrow I’ll begin another “book of the month” feature, and we’ll be discussing MAGDALENE. See you then!