I’ve been trying to get my latest book posted up so people know about it all day. Stupidly busy at work. *sighs and glares at them*
I managed to get half an hour wherein I wrote just over 1000 words. I’m actually really glad about that. I was afraid I was only going to manage about 300 which would have sucked.
It’s still stupidly cold here, no snow, but frigid. I had leggings, pants, a long sleeve shirt, a sweater vest, AND my newest fleece sweater-dress on today and I was still cold at time. The sweater-dress needs some reworking but it’s nicely snuggly warm. I can at least wear it at home so that’s good.
Tomorrow I have Christmas shopping to do, online, while my hubby does Christmas shopping, in actual stores. Sunday is my day for real store shopping. Oh. Joy. *dies a little*
I’m also hoping to get writing done tomorrow while the hubby is gone. It’s my best chance for it.
Now, though, my fingers are like ice so I’m off to a nice hot bath. Goodnight all!
Collecting five stories by author Meyari McFarland, Infinite Horizons examines what it means to be a woman in worlds unlike our own.
Relationships bloom in Sensory Adjustment, a tale of finding love in a strange new environment. The loss of love drives Another Path to Infinity to discover what truly matters. Wedding Plans shows how hope blooms when family gathers around. In Stardust In Your Veins determination empowers freedom from persecution. Finally, in Moon of the Sea danger enables growth to finally occur.
Infinite Horizons holds stories that focus on women’s lives and how they interact with each other. Love, family and adventure fill these stories, making it an exciting exploration of what it means to be a woman in very different worlds.
Find this collection:
On Amazon $7.99 ebook or $18.99 5” x 8” TPB
On Smashwords $7.99 ebook
On CreateSpace $18.99 TPB
*cheers* I’m so glad to get this collection out. It’s got all my random little stories, all of which focus on women and their lives, loves, and worlds. I hope that you enjoy it if you choose to read!
As always, signal boosts are highly appreciated for this and my other books. Thanks guys!
"The Greeks understood the mysterious power of the hidden side of things. They bequeathed to us one of the most beautiful words in our language—the word ‘enthusiasm’—en theos—a god within. The grandeur of human actions is measured by the inspiration from which they spring. Happy is he who bears a god within, and who obeys it."
An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia, 1880s. (Image courtesy Legacy Center, Drexel University College of Medicine Archives, Philadelphia, PA. Image #p0103) (x)