As Dani predicted in her last post, Bluewater Rendezvous is available now in the Kindle Store. I appreciate her filling in for me while I wrapped up the book. She was in more trouble than usual in Bluewater Rendezvous. Before the villains even showed up, she was quarreling with her mother, of all people.
Dani’s so self-assured that she doesn’t often provide us with insight into her personal life. I had forgotten she had a mother — we haven’t heard from her since she got into a snit because Dani didn’t call her on her birthday a few years ago. The fact that Dani was unconscious and being held by human traffickers didn’t matter to the woman. I learned early in Bluewater Rendezvous that the two had not spoken since then. That was eight books ago. Dani’s making a throat-cutting motion with her hand. It’s clear that she wants me to stop. I’m not sure if she’s worried about spoilers or if she wants the floor.
I created a monster when I invited her to make that first post a few weeks ago. Now that she’s had a taste of what it’s like to speak for herself, she wants to make blogging a regular activity. Not only that, but her sidekick, Liz Chirac, is clamoring for her turn at the keyboard. Then there’s Connie Barrera, who already has me tied up with writing about her current adventure. She wants in on this. Once Paul Russo finds out, I’m guessing he’ll want a turn, too. These are not patient people.
I would appreciate it if you would help me sell a few copies of the new book; I have a feeling I’m going to have to buy computers for the whole gang if this keeps up.
Liz said to mention that she’ll be writing the next post. I notice that she waited until Dani went ashore to tell me that. I need to go before trouble breaks out.
Thanks for your support.