Today was extremely busy. I worked on finishing up an editing project and had a signing at the Snyder Museum in Bastrop from 1:30-5:00 p.m. Tonight, I’m doing some computer work while my air conditioning friends finish up the installation of my new unit. The one that came with the house we bought was at least 40 years old.
Tomorrow will be spent in marketing and writing. Saturday, I’ll be at the Monroe Zoo’s Wet N Wild Zoobilation 2007 10am to 4pm. The zoo is called Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo and is fantastic. I’ll be set up where the 3,000 or so visitors to the event will pass right by me. Sales should be fantastic.
I’ve had so many good things happening with the promotion of my new children’s book, Jim Limber Davis: A Black Orphan in the Confederate White House. Many future events look promising, but I’m hesitant to speak of them this early for fear I’ll jinx them. (I searched unsuccessfully for the origin of that word). One thing is for sure: This book will make national news. It is a book that promotes family values, racial harmony, and how the color of one’s skin has nothing to do with love and acceptance when you’re talking of the hearts of good people.