Hula Girl: now available on Amazon

Kind readers,

that was fast: There’s a Hula Girl on my Dashboard is now available on Amazon! It just got listed, and although it’s in stock it may still “require an extra 1-2 days to process” an order—soon the book will simply be listed as “in stock” like my other titles.

I’m quite verklempt today. Of all the books I’ve written, this one is closest to my heart. It’s been a lifetime in the making. And both the front and back covers capture my joy, peace, hope, strength, and victory. In this book, I say what I needed to say. I hope it’ll be a source of inspiration and encouragement to those who’ll read it.

As usual, I just, you know… rambled as best I could.

If you read the book and enjoy it, please consider leaving a few words on Amazon! It makes a great difference, and I deeply appreciate it.

Here’s another happy thing that happened: I received a beautiful gift from my friend Carl D. Smith!

I’m halfway through it and it’s such a fabulous comic book. I highly recommend it!

In other news, I’ve decided not to run myself completely into the ground and have postponed the publication date of my fourth book of Snape essays, Severus Snape and the Art of Being Human: I’ll release the book in time for Leviosa 2016. I’ll be giving a lecture at MISTI-Con this May (next month!!), but it’ll be a warm-up for the book.

I have plenty to work on in the coming months, though!

Oh, and I’ll be giving that MISTI lecture of mine on Friday May 22nd at two o’clock, in the Granite room.

Right now, I think I’m going to drink a nice hot chocolate, because it’s cold and grey and windy outside, and merely looking out the window is making me shiver. Thankfully, it’s going to get more spring-like—at last!!—towards the end of the week… I need some spring cheerfulness, and warmth, and sunshine, very badly.

Your devoted
Logospilgrim, the quiet professor