May 19, 2016

I would just like to say....

1....that I hate going to the dentist. Yes, I know how good dentists are for me, and how good teeth makes for a good life and long life, and in the whole spectrum of pain and suffering, trips to the dentist are mere cheesecake (which brings me to the dentist in the first place, I suspect.) And I love having clean and polished teeth every few months. But still can't I just say: I hate the poking and scraping and x-raying. I hate that they are always so cheerful and seem surprised that being in the dentist's chair isn't the most fun in life, and I am grumpy and don't like myself because of it...because I hate going to the dentist. I always have and I always will. There. I feel better. really should read this book. It's probably in the mystery section, but mostly it's a great story with two concurrent mysteries. You will enjoy the wit and conversation, and you will like (usually)  two main characters, Wyatt and Julianne. These two meet only once or twice in random, fleeting moments, but separately have personal and life-changing mysteries from difference decades to resolve for their own well-being, both in the same hometown of Oklahoma City. While listening to a mystery bookshop owner being interviewed on NPR, she named this book as the best book she has read in the last year. I would agree. I loved it and was sorry to see it end.

and 3...I am working hard on the magazine for a June publish. Here is a page from the magazine (which will be 8 x 11). In case you haven't seen the preview or want to see it again, here's the link. Please consider getting on the mailing list here (the SUBSCRIBE tab on the website) to get first dibs and a coupon. For those already on board, thanks so much! You'll be the first to know when the cows are ready to come home!



Joanne Huffman said...

I, too, hate going to the dentist; but mine understands my fer and is really nice about it. I will have to give the book a try.

Karen Rohlwing said...

I'm with you on hating to go to the dentist! Not sure why, but I was so young when it started, I can't remember!
Excited for the first edition! Captured me with the first page!
Not sure if I've "subscribed" twice...I am computer illiterate and memory fails me! I know I tried a while ago (April) when someone, who will remain nameless, was going to help me, but as usual we got sidetracked! Hope my doing it today doesn't add anymore confusion to your life, but I think I'll only subscribe once, please! Keep up the joyful work!!

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