Happiness is Good Work

Sorry this is late, I’m still off schedule from no-electricity week. What is on schedule: Working on the first Liz book which is clipping right along since Bob Mayer joined in. We could actually finish this. That makes me so happy.

How did you work happiness into your week?

Argh Author: Kathy Fawcett’s Wilde in Love

Our own Kathy Fawcett has a book out now, Wilde in Love, the third book in her Small Town Wilde Romance series.

Can a bad boy and a good girl overcome their fears to find true love?

Bridesmaid and romance writer Brielle Wilde is determined to win the heart of her crush at an adventure wedding. But when a panic attack forces Brielle to flee the first activity, she engages the help of the most fearless person she knows—widower Luke Sheridan, the bride’s reckless and sexy older brother.

Taking risks is easy for stuntman Luke Sheridan…except when it comes to his heart. When he agrees to coach sweet, quirky, and tempting-as-hell Brielle to face her fears, she sparks a desire he never imagined he’d feel again. But how can he open his heart when it’s sealed tight from guilt over his wife’s death?

Can Luke find the courage to admit his love to Brielle before she wins the heart of another man?

Find Wilde in Love at Amazon, Apple Barnes & Noble, and Kobo.

Happiness is a Binge Watch

Somebody here mentioned The Chelsea Detective which only has four episodes, so I binge watched three of them the other night while I crocheted granny squares to use up a tangled skein of yarn. The whole thing was mindlessly enjoyable–I can crochet granny squares in my sleep and the program while well done didn’t really require much attention–and I felt relaxed for the first time in a long time. I didn’t even feel the need to critique the narrative which as anybody who’s been here for awhile knows is not usual. Some days you have have to let go of everything else and let your mind be peaceful. That made me happy.

How did you feel happy this week?