I hope withal that this message finds you well and happy. Here in Evanston, the sun is shining and the birds have been veritably trilling. Several have been showing off. They’re going to get raspy beak by evening and will have to gargle with fountain mist. Or puddle water. I hear that works pretty good. That’s the go-to bird cure.
I’m just happy that they are happy – they make me happy – isn’t that spring song so lovely?!
Today, I digress. But I just wanted to say thank you, for reading.
Thank you, for being a part of Inspired By Venice. Thank you, for turning the pages of my tales. Thank you for coming along on my writing journey. Endless gratitude, to those who have made a visit to The Quill and Brush – my little bookshop at Bristol. Thank you all, for ambling along, with me.
How much I appreciate the inspiration.
I can report, a renaissance is taking hold. The writing bug has bitten. Ouch! I anticipate an outburst of works, to plan an event or two (as it becomes safe), and an uptick in inspired posts.
– I hope you will come along with me –
For, for all of you that have enjoyed my words – your support means everything.
It is only because of readers, that my characters, worlds, and stories, actually breath, live, and come to life.
All of your smiling faces at The Quill. The treasure of conversations shared. The ideas you’ve exposed me to! Hearing about all of your creative passions and aspirations. All of the feedback, book reviews, and encouragement. Your comments, your emails, your follows.
Please, keep it coming!
But most importantly – I appreciate you.
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Have you read one of my tales? Your Goodreads or Amazon book review, is a gift that is sincerely appreciated.
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Time to go sharpen my quill and spill some ink!