the month of March was rather exhausting for me. So was the end of February, for that matter. Upheavals, terrible weather, this, that, and the other. The end of winter has been draining to say the least. But spring is around the corner at long, long last!
I’m in desperate need of warmth and revitalization.
Soon, I’ll be doing another portrait session, and I’ll be wearing this fabulous jacket right here:
Luck, be a lady tonight.
I was recently featured on a terrific website, Tomboy Tarts, along with many fantastic and inspiring tomboys.
Click on the image below:
In other news, I’ll be collaborating with the great indie band Rubber Clown Car and singing something or other for them on one of their upcoming albums. If you’re a crooner and want to join in the merriment, don’t hesitate to contact them.
And as always, I’m working on upcoming books. My output was pretty modest at the start of 2016—I had too much to deal with—but we’re getting back on track.
I got a new writing mug.
The lovely, funny, and intrepid Mike Gorman, a journalist at Frank Magazine, had these kind words to say about There’s a Hula Girl on my Dashboard: “Very enjoyable and engagingly paced!” I’m extremely grateful for his support and interest in my work. He’s eagerly awaiting my next books, and what a shot in the arm that is! I’m very encouraged by his enthusiasm and generosity.
As ever, reviews of Hula Girl are tremendously appreciated—and important.
Toys news: I got a 35th anniversary edition Strawberry Shortcake doll. Thank you, Mrs. Tiggy Winkles!
Here’s looking at you through my donut eye.
Logospilgrim, the quiet professor