Wow, I'm surprised (but pleased) to find "Jock Stewart and the Missing Sea of Fire" currently sitting at number 6 on the P&E Readers Poll in the ALL OTHER NOVELS category. It's exciting to see so many Vanilla Heart Publishing books doing well in many of the categories.
If you haven't voted yet, perhaps you can find a few favorites out there that strike your fancy. Or nominate a book or author or zine not yet on the list. Needless to say, if you read and loved "Jock Stewart and the Missing Sea of Fire," I'll appreciate your vote.
If you haven't read it yet, you can download it from Smashwords.com for just a few dollars, read it, and beat the January 14th deadline for voting in this year's poll.
Meanwhile, as I said in a recent post in my Malcolm's Round Table blog, I'm trying to get out of the holiday mode and back into a more-scheduled and focused writing mode.
We were up late working on the new exhibits at the Crawford W. Long Museum as we prepare for the grand re-opening Saturday, January 9th in Jefferson, GA. If you live in the area, stop by and enjoy the museum.
Looks like we might get a little snow by midweek. Goodness knows, the temps have been lower than ought to be legal in Georgia--the teens at night.