|Posted on September 3, 2019 at 11:50 AM|
Hurricane Dorian sits camped out over Freeport as I write this, dumping thousands of gallons of water on the small island. I expect that UNESCO released the dolphins to the open sea several days ago so they can escape the storm. They'll return when it passes.
We were in Savannah this past weekend, and had to escape when the Georgia Governor declared a Mandatory Evacuation. It was a bit of a surprise, actually. Right now, we're back home at the mouth of the Cape Fear River.
The forecast has the storm coming this way, passing us a bit to the east over the Atlantic. All of you in the storm's path, be safe. Don't take chances, and prepare for the wind and wet weather. We'll pray for your safety.
I'm working on the end of the latest Zeke Traynor novel, "The Sienna Sand" (working title). My excellent cover designer is hard at work, creating another cover that portrays mystery and suspense in its combination of colors, tone and images. That means we'll have a Cover Reveal soon-most likey this month!
I'll be asking for Advance Readers soon, also. (When the final editing is completed.) If you're not on my e-mail list, sign up on this webpage (Home page) and get a free book, as well as my occasional newsletter. I publish once or twice a month, and usually include news and status and free book giveaways. (We'll never share your information.)
Be safe and we'll see you after the storm passes through!