April News and Notes

Welcome to Mary's Garden blog where imagination blooms. It's so nice to have a bit of spring. Let's have a positive spring quote of the day! 

You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream.
~~Les Brown

Today's quote spoke to me!

April things going on: April is a busy month for me. First Easter!

Happy Easter!
Next week: (9th through 11th) the annual writing retreat I attend with my three close writing friends. We start with lunch, you know get all the chit chat out at the beginning. Then we check into our OWN rooms (I'm too chatty to share) to WRITE, Edit, Repeat! That is literally our Logo!
I don't think I need to describe our weekend. We are very productive and it rejuvenates our passion for our craft. 
This month on Two Authors we have guest Lisa MacDonald from LDM Graphics. We discussed how an eye catching cover design is essential to an author. She also touched on back cover blurbs. 

Please watch the interview, more details here... 

And as always there is a Giveaway, don't miss out.
Our line up through September. Please join us in the fun: 
May: Mary will be discussing Judy Baker's book Silver Sage Creek Novel, Book One: Better She Die. Please pick up a copy for discussion to join in the fun. https://www.amazon.com/Better-Silver-Sage-Creek-Novels-ebook/dp/B01BKWTAS4
June: We have a special guest author, Liz Talley. we will discuss her book The Wedding War. Please pick up your copy to discuss: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XB5YDMH
July: Judy and Mary are giving our thoughts on Liz Talley's book, The Wedding War. We will leave a review.
August: Lisa from LDM Graphics will be our guest again. Topic: Why are reviews so important to Authors AND Readers?
September: Guest Author Marie Higgins. Subject TBA

I will also be participating in N. N. Light April Giveaway.
And last but not least, I injured my knee just after Christmas and now I have to have it repaired. I will be having a knee replacement on April 19th. Not a full one, but a clean out of the meniscus and fixing something called a Baker's Cyst and last but not least a resurfacing of my knee cap because I have not cartilage.

So as you can imagine I may be absent for a few weeks.

Wish me luck!

Thank you for your continued support. Have a wonderful April.


stanalei said…
Wishing you the best on your surgery, Mary... See you in a few days! ;)

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