We spent a big part of the day stowing away and tying down yard/patio items, pumping gas in the cars in crowded gas stations and cans of ethanol-free gasoline for the generator and power saw.
I have an all-electric house, and I’m not sure my little, portable generator can handle my electric stove together with my freezer/fridge/and all-important A/C, so also on my list of prepping for the storm today is making extra pots of coffee so I can heat up a cup in a pan on the grille.
Revenge is Sweet
is filled to the brim with clever characters, clues, hints, red herrings,
tidbits of budding romances, and plot twists and turns that will keep any fan
of cozy mysteries happy.
(cj’s transparency comment: I won this book in a random drawing contest.)
§§Please keep those in the path of Hurricane Ida in your thoughts and prayers. Louisiana had four storm system hits last year, and people are still recovering. If Hurricane Ida’s landfall happens on Sunday as predicted, the devastation arrives fifteen years to the day of Hurricane Katrina’s deadly landfall.
THE DAWGSTAR is available as an eBook https://books2read.com/u/3LRRG5
and as a paperback Amazon Buy NowDEATH ON THE YAMPA is available as an eBook https://books2read.com/u/bxe1AP
as a paperback Buy Paperback Yampaand as a #SCREAM, series phone app. There are a lot of authors and their mystery/suspense stories available on #SCREAM. All you do is load up the app and search for the author’s name.
You can ask your
local library to order my eBooks for you. You’ll need to give them the ISBN
number of the title you want to borrow.
THE DAWGSTAR … ISBN 978-17369146-0-1
DEATH ON THE YAMPA … ISBN 978-1-7369146-1-8§§
That’s it for today’s post. You-all guys keep on keeping on, and I’ll try to do the same.
(Corona Raccoon is back.)
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Oh gosh, all those storm preparations! I sure hope you make it through this OK!!! Ida is turning out to be a rager. I wonder if you can even get to this to read it today. We should get a lot of rain on Tuesday and Wednesday, but will be okay here. West of Nashville, they are still recovering for a catastrophic flood and I hope they get missed.ReplyDelete
THANKS so very much for the review!! Stay safe!!!
cj Sez: Hello, Kaye. Thanks for stopping by. We've managed to stay on-line so far because the winds haven't hit Mobile as hard as places to our West, for which I am very grateful and very sad for those who did get the brunt of the storm. Our rain has come in waves, so there's been a bit of time to drain some of it off. The forecast is for another 3 or 4 inches today. My yards are literally ankle-deep lakes, and I'm sure there are limbs down in the "back 40", but that will wait until another day. Good to see that your forecast is not so dire. Thanks for the good wishes, and back to you!ReplyDelete