Celebrate the Small Things!

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I hope everyone gets a chance to check out all the authors participating in the 2016 2K Indie Book Tour. Their books sound like amazing reads. Celebrations for this week:

  1. A snow day! School was canceled last Tuesday because of an ice/sleet/snow storm. My kids were ecstatic. And next week is school vacation!
  2. I saw a flock of robins on a neighbor’s lawn this morning! Either the birds are really confused, or spring is on its way.
  3. More editing progress! The end is in sight.
  4. Carrie Butler of Forward Authority Designs did a fantastic job on the cover for Book II: Trouble By Any Other Name. I’m not quite ready to reveal it yet. Soon.

What other celebrations are going on out there?





© Lori L. MacLaughlin and Writing, Reading, and the Pursuit of Dreams, 2016. All rights reserved.

15 thoughts on “Celebrate the Small Things!

    • I’m hoping the robins returning means spring is really coming and it’s not just a fluke. It’s been a really weird winter. We’ve had so little snow here, not that I’m complaining. We’ve had our fair share of getting buried in the past. Thanks, Cathrina! Hope you enjoy your weekend, as well!


  1. Yay to snow days and vacations coming up! How nice to see the robins too. The last day or two, tons of flowers have started popping up here, and we just had an ice storm last weekend with a snow day. Weird weather! Can’t wait to see your cover! And yay to edits. Wow, tons to celebrate!

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  2. I saw my first robin of the season yesterday. It was 60 outside, so it is either confused, or like you said, Spring is on its way 🙂 Congrats on your progress and the cover, Lori! I can’t wait to see it 🙂 Have a great week! ~Lori~

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  3. Confusion is right. Our weather and Nature has been all over the place this “winter.” I suspect we’re gonna hate the flow of bugs in the warm season, because we never got a proper long freeze this winter.

    Yay snow day!

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