FREE BOOKS TO DISTRACT YOU WHILE YOU'RE HOME-BOUND!
First off, I think you need a Pippa picture right now. My pup Pippa has brought me great joy in this stressful time and I love to share her pictures on Instagram because, well, puppy! Even if she’s growing rapidly into a full-sized dog! So here’s puppy therapy for you:
By now I hope you are all staying home and avoiding being too close to others in an effort to slow down the spread of this awful Coronavirus. If you aren’t, I hope you will reconsider that because this is the real deal and maybe I’m more acutely aware of the sacrifices that medical professionals make since my youngest daughter is a medical student, but my goodness, what selfless humans doctors, nurses, EMTs, firefighters etc are. As the saying goes, they run into the fire when everyone else is running away. So please, please, please, consider staying home so that we can lessen the sudden onslaught of cases of COVID-19 which will be overwhelming hospitals and creating dangerous situations for those carrying for the sick.
And while home, maybe avoid an overdose of news because it ain’t too cheerful. I want to let you know I’ve got FOUR free books for you to help you escape all the grim reality. So please take advantage of them and ENOY escaping for awhile! I know, I know, it’s not a trip to Italy, or to a Jamaican beach, but for now, it’s better than watching the numbers of cases rise on the 24/7 news.
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Also Red Hot Romeo is free! A hot Italian, a gorgeous supermodel, and fabulous wines…what’s not to love?!
You can check out the first book in the Royal Romeo series for free here:
Lastly, Skirt Chaser is now free!
And if you enjoy these books, there are plenty more in each series to read on and they’re very affordable at $3.99!
Nothing like a world emergency to clarify all of the most important things in your life. I’m so very grateful for my wonderful family, my adorable dog, a home with a roof over my head, spring weather so that we can at least be outside and enjoy the blossoming trees and listening to birds singing. I’m grateful for all of those medical professionals willing to put their lives on the line for us, and for the many reporters who also have risked themselves for reporting from Coronavirus hotspots, and experts being available 24/7 on many TV networks to answer questions from a nervous public.
Our country has been through many awful things before, things that required far greater sacrifice, sending millions of our young people overseas to fight in dreadful wars. Staying at home is easy peasy in comparison. We can do this folks! Stay safe and thanks for staying home to protect the vulnerable, those who are immunocompromised, the elderly, and of course our medical care providers on the front line in this new and eye-opening war.
Love you all and stay safe! ❤️