Well, here it is, almost May. Where has the year gone? I promised myself (and my followers) that I would regularly update my blog and that just hasn’t happened. In fact, I’ve made that promise many, many times and haven’t followed through. So, I decided to take a new approach: Not to promise anything I can’t deliver. It’s not that I don’t have anything to say. I, like most people, have a strong opinion about everything from nuclear weapons to hummingbirds. But, as my lovely wife likes to point out, rightfully so, I manage time very poorly.
A couple of updates. Hypocrisy, my fourth novel, is off and running. Sales have been a little sluggish, but a major marketing campaign is forthcoming and it should generate a lot of interest in this book. I hope. Tomorrow morning, my wife and I hop on a big bird and fly to Milan, Italy. We’ll be city hopping for two weeks. My wife has been there eight times, but as an Italian, I’m embarrassed to admit that this is my first visit. What can I say? I’ve lived a sheltered life.
I’ll touch base when I return. Oops! Did I just make a promise?