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I hope everyone is having a good January.  I have not been here very often.  Do hope to join in more in the future.  My bunnies are fine, except for the recent rainy day or 2.  They really don't like the rain.  We do need the rain, so I'm happy with that!   So, just recently I became a member of the Bainbridge Decatur County Arts Council at their annual meeting. I really feel honored to be asked to join.  There was a Artist Reception that same night at the Firehouse Center and Gallery. 

I had my first email since my 'Happy New Year' card was mailed from an elementary school requesting a reading of my bunny books for their pre-k students.  The reading will be done prior to Easter and the same day as their Easter egg hunt.  I will be showing my bunny photos on a large screen as I tell my stories.  Hopefully, I will be able to take a bunny with me to the reading.  That will be like 'icing on the cake'.

So, I have been trying to come up with ways to promote my 4 book series.  I'm waiting on my December quarter reports to see how my sales have gone.  That will help me know what has produced sales.  I would love suggestions from you of methods you think will work. 

Until next time.....

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