I need to apologize. I’ve been neglecting my blog, and I have not been responding to a lot of nice comments from readers. I hadn’t checked Rocking Chair Meditations in a while, and WoW! There were nearly 300 comments. Forgive me, dear readers. What’s my excuse? I’ve been keeping my nose to the grindstone and trying hard to finish my latest novel. Still, not a great excuse. So, today I am trying to upgrade all my social sites and blog page, get rid of spam, download a plugin that should help, and resolve to do better. It’s a good day for working on neglected issues because I can’t go outside and spend restorative time in the garden. The garden froze. It’s the 29th of April, and there’s a frigging blizzard going on – 28 degrees Fahrenheit! Ahh, spring in New Mexico, and the irony of this unseasonable cold snap. Today the “People’s Climate March” against global warming is being held all over the USA. And, yes, I do believe in climate change and global warming.
But for now, it’s back to the grindstone, and I want to tell you about my new book, Abducted Innocence, which will be released on June 20, 2017. I’ll be back soon to catch up on everything.
Sandra Bolton is the author of two novels: A Cipher in the Sand and Key Witness, A Southwest Mystery. She lives in Raton, New Mexico with her big black dog, Sam and fat cat, Fidel. Writing is her passion, along with hiking, gardening, cooking, eating and laughing whenever possible. Her goal in life is to do no harm to any living thing or to our beautiful earth.
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