Thursday, October 22, 2015

And Now a Word from Our Sponsor....

I'm behind on posting again, I know. Good thing I'm not doing this for a living. I would have been fired by now.

I have a nasty case of Kindle elbow. It's like tennis elbow, only it's caused by holding a Kindle for long periods of time. It gets all puffy and painful and makes me whine a lot. Not a pretty thing to witness--just ask Collin. But it's improving, so I hope to be back here posting by Monday. One of these days, I might actually maintain a regular blogging schedule!

For now, however, I want to let everyone know that Chasing the Wind is current on sale at Amazon (ebook only--I don't think Creativia ever runs sales on the paperback editions). If you haven't already read it and would like to, it's $.99 now through October 21st.









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  2. It is an outstanding book!

    Kindle elbow should be soon appearing in medical journals everywhere.

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  3. Kindle Elbow ! ! !
    I one illness I do not have. Yea Me !
    You rest that elbow now right now ... no do not pick up the kindle in fact step away step away from the kindle NOW !

    cheers, parsnip

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  4. Eve and Shelly: Thanks!

    William: I'm surprised it hasn't already!

    Gayle: It's been getting a lot of rest. Maybe too much!

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  5. Hope your elbow is a wee bit better Norma, another reason I'll never have a Kindle, they look dangerous :)

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  6. Hope your sales go through the roof, Norma!

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  7. Grace: Not dangerous at all, unless one never puts it down. It's my own fault. I do almost everything on my tablets or phone. Collin's computer drives me crazy. It's slower than the tablets, so I end up screaming at it. I have no patience.

    Lorelei: You're back! I just posted at Writers Mayhem the other day, asking if anyone had heard from you!

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  8. Sounds like tennis elbow to me! Are you sure you haven't been running around playing too much tennis???

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  9. Cheryl: Whatever it is, I hope the orthopedic surgeon gives it the same treatment he gave my knee!

    Hilary: I figured it was probably common to those of us who use tablets and smartphones a lot.

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