Frigging Snot-Sucking Cold

“The Cold” – The Sequel

flu microbeOh how I regret not getting the flu shot this year!  I was so busy all fall, I just didn’t take the time to go to the Dr. and take care of it.  Then I heard that the six strains of influenza that the flu gurus chose this year to protect us all against, weren’t the ones that were entering our airspace!  Great.  So I figured it probably wouldn’t have been worth my while, anyway.

We were doing very well until that lousy month of March descended upon us.  Our daughter was the first to succumb to the green eyed cold microbe.  Thankfully we had a puffer in the medicine cabinet that wasn’t expired from last year’s flu season, so within ten days along with dosing herself with Vitamins C and D, chugging lemon juice and honey and enough oranges to keep the Florida citrus farmer in business, she managed to fight it off.

Somewhere along the way, the hubby caught the bug, and while our daughter is very pro-active about taking control of her treatment, all hubby could do was sit in front of the TV in his recliner, moaning,  swaddled in a fleecy blanket, exploding at regular intervals in fits of coughing that had me checking to see if he brought up a lung.  As we are all aware, the man cold is a pitiful condition and all one can hope for is for it too, to pass.  I was not to escape unscathed, however.

Within days of Paul’s  getting infected, I started to feel the malaise creeping over me, the scratchy throat, the hurty eyes, the low grade fever.  How could I avoid it when the wash from the explosive coughing and hacking was constantly enveloping me?  I would have had to bathe in hand sanitizer and lysol to escape the contamination!  Or, at least wear a gas mask.

Meanwhile, the elder one sat in her granny flat, sucking in the oxygen and saying she felt fine.  Maybe, with the cannula tubes sticking up her nose, she had a better chance on avoiding it, and we had made sure the Dr. had administered the flu shot on his fall visit.  Of course, these circumstances were to change rapidly when her home care worker fell victim to the flu bug and it quickly turned to double pneumonia!

It wasn’t long before the elder one started showing signs of infection. I thanked my lucky stars that we weren’t living in an area of the world that is stricken with Ebola!  We wouldn’t last jig time!  After a couple of days with the cough progressing, the refusal to eat  and the weakness setting in, it was over to the Health Sciences Hospital we went.

I had to laugh at the hospital’s policy on protection of patient’s privacy, as I sat in the triage office with my mother-in-law, in full view of the patient intake records that were stacked on the counter.  We were ushered into an ER suite where an EKG was done, vitals recorded, and vials of blood drawn.  An IV was inserted and bags of saline and antibiotics were hung, and within minutes the elder one was whisked off for chest x-rays.  Soon a nurse came by to say they needed the room, so all of the elder one’s few possessions were packed aboard her transport and she was parked out in the ER corridor. Apparently we were waiting for a medical consult, or so I assumed from reading the white board which changed from minute to minute as patients entered and left the department.

Directly across from where I was sitting, a white board, announcing the handle time stats that the hospital had been able to achieve through the various departments, had been posted.  The statistics presented broke down the handle time of patient care from when the patient had entered the department, whether it be ER, hospital admittance, day surgery, etc. from the Dr.’s initial assessment, to discharge.  It reminded me of when I worked at Convergys and the all-important call handle time. they were unrealistically hoping to achieve.  They had the average length of stay worked out to the minute, and I wondered if the Dr.s who kept within their prescribed parameters got a bonus, or at least a treat.  It was no wonder that the nurses and Dr.s were running around like blue arsed flies and had no time to stop to fill a small request. like a paper cup of ice water for a person who was parched from the effects of pneumonia and the dry air of the hospital.

After several hours waiting in the corridor, during which time a Dr. and a couple of residents examined my mother-in-law, who was dressed only in a “Johnny coat” and endured the indignity of being on full display to the many folks who wandered in and out of the ER, either looking for their loved ones, or seeking treatment themselves.  This was also the circumstance that we found ourselves subjected to as the Dr. brought up the question of my mother-in-law’s wishes in the event that her heart should stop!  That’s not the place you would want to be presented with that decision to make, and someone standing over you, holding out a pen, and forcing you to make a decision right on the spot!

The Dr. decided that he would admit my mother-in-law and the clock started ticking on her admittance handle time.  we were further informed then that the hospital was on “Diversion” because of the busy day they were having, there was no bed available to put my mother in, so they were going to transport her across town in an ambulance to St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital.  Not the ideal situation for a ninety year old with one lung half filled with fluid! But what choice did we have, so we settled in to wait for the ambulance crew.

Three hours later, we were still waiting for the EMT’s to show up.  Even though at least seven crews rolled through, none had been asked to pick up the mother-in-law.  Finally I hailed the passing ER admin nurse and asked if there might not have been a bed open up in the three hours that we had been awaiting a transfer.  She was highly offended that I would presume to question their authority, so I expressed my views on the strain on my mother-in-law’s condition to put her through further bother in transferring her to another hospital..  She finally agreed to call the ambulance service to get an ETA on when we could expect them to show up.

At this point I was starving, and as a diabetic, knew that I should try and grab some food.  I was afraid to leave my monther-in-law’s side, however, as she was not lucid enough to answer questions about her condition, And I wouldn’t be sure of where they were going to take her.  Neither she nor I were sorry to hear the next EMT crew calling for Mrs. Cook.

From the time we brought her in at 10:45 am to the time she went into the ambulance at 8:10 pm, ten and a quarter hours had passed. I don’t know what that did to their patient handle time stats!

The elder one has since recovered marginally and has been deemed well enough to come home.The first time she was discharged was the Friday after her Monday’s admittance.  By Friday, she was still weak as a kitten, was barking like a dog, and had by now had developed a condition called thrush, which is a fungal infection of the mouth, causing pain in the tongue and tissues inside the mouth, making it difficult to eat, drink, or swallow.  The elder one, who was not a fan of hospital food at the best of times was now not eating anything, and drinking very little either.  We could literally see her shrinking away in the bed, and while she would have been happier and us more comfortable with her being home, we knew that there was danger to herself, being that she would be in her own apartment, alone at night, and with the sore mouth and complications with the pneumonia, even though she might meet the criterion for being declared “clinically stable” she was far from being well enough to come home in these circumstances.

Paul made the suggestion that he would like to have a social worker’s input on what should be done about Mrs. Cook’s care and it wasn’t long before another nurse showed up to take another set of vitals.  After a short time, the nurse announced that Mrs. Cook could stay overnight and they wold re-assess in the morning.  It looked like the Dr. wasn’t willing to take on the social worker, who does wield more power on whether a patient should be discharged or not.  Being that we would be into the weekend, with a decreased staff and very few Dr.s around, we figured she wouldn’t be going anywhere until Monday.

On monday, by three thirty we hadn’t heard anything from the hospital on whether or not they were discharging Mrs. Cook, so over we goes to the hospital to check on her status.  Her nurse said she had been trying to locate her Dr. to see if he would release her, but he wasn’t readily available.  Finally she said she would page him again, and we got her dressed and ready to go, in case we had to make a break for it.  Although she wasn’t what you would call well, and still isn’t, half a week from when she came home, as the Dr. put it, “she’s probably better off at home because at least she wouldn’t be exposed to further infection.”  What? are the health care facilities so rotten dirty that one risks infection lying in a bed receiving treatment for pneumonia?  I guess the thrush incident was proof that this was true.  Either this, or the nurses were not being vigilant in their patient’s care by cutting corners by not having them rinse their mouths after mask treatments.  God help us all if they were dealing with Ebola, Leprosy, or some either horrible communicable disease!  That’s one way to cut down on the patient handle time, if they all die!

The other night I just-for-fun googled Hospital Statistics and how they arrive at their goals for patient handle time.  I came across a study for handling patients presenting with pneumonia.  You should have seen the formulas and the variables they use to come up with an acceptable average  “goal” time for patient care.  Three days seemed to be what the computer squeezed out for a ninety one year old with a history of COPD, on home oxygen.  I remembered when the attending physician had, upon learning Mrs. Cook’s age, patted her on the hand and said, “My, you’ve lived a fine long life haven’t you?”  as much to say,” Well what do you expect, we’re not going to waste our time trying to prolong your life when their are lots of younger people out there  requiring our care.”

For a person who owned her own business for thirty eight years and diligently paid her taxes quarterly until we had to take control of her affairs, this attitude on the part of health care so-called “professionals” towards seniors is not warranted.  I would be very surprised if any of them would allow their elderly parents to be treated with the lack of respect and dignity that many of these poor old souls have to endure.  It’s time that Dr.s and nurses are allowed to take the time to make sure patients receive quality care in an environment conducive to healing.

Some say that the health care system here in Canada is the envy of the world, but the care you get is not always enviable.  Under our system, everyone is entitled to free health care, and that is a wonderful thing.  I just hope the bean counters don’t shave off so many minutes of patient handling time that people don’t have time to fully recover from their illnesses.  Remember that old nemesis in the call center called “One call resolution?”  maybe the statisticians should add another  variable called “re-admittance” to that God-awful long equation, before they are satisfied that they are making the best decisions on our health care.

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Patience, the launch is near!

T – minus seven till Launch!


Hi, my most patient friends and followers!

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The end is near!  No, I don’t mean the apocalypse!  I mean the waiting for The Lion’s Den launch to be over!  The launch date has been pushed back twice, but I have been promised that it should be up on Amazon next week.  Finally!  I have been waiting around forever like an expectant mother waiting to give birth.

If you haven’t read the prequels, yet, give them a test drive before you read the book.  Read them in order from one through seven.  You will get a better feel for Della’s and Aaron’s relationship before the timeline covered in the book, and a little spoiler as to what roles some of the characters play as the story unfolds.  I hope you enjoy the journey!

I’m about one third of the way through writing the second book in the Jamieson brother’s series, where Brad’s brother Ryan meets his match in Behind the Firewall.  If you’re interested in terrorist networking, computer espionage, and money laundering, this might be a good read for you.  With  a generous dollop of romance throw in to make the story rich and creamy, I promise you a treat as decadent as Spanish coffee, with none of the calories!

Come with me, behind the firewall to the luxurious venue of Majorca, Spain, and experience the lifestyle of the rich and famous as you’re taken on a tour of stunning scenery, sites of historical significance, the beaches, yachts, restaurants, hotels, and nightlife of this well known Spanish getaway!  Brad and Della make a re-appearance, too, so pack your suitcase, pour yourself a mojito, and reserve your beach lounger as we take a trip to Majorca with the Jamieson Brothers.  It’s a book you won’t soon forget!

love, norma



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Prequel #7 – The Hunt for bin laden

Aaron and Della and the Quest for bin Laden

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 Della and Aaron had formed a tight partnership in their time at BU.  Her eye through the viewfinder and his nose for news, made them a force to be reckoned with.  Having graduated top of their respective classes from Boston University and moving on to freelancing with Today Magazine, based in New York City, they turned their attention to the world of foreign politics.

Al Qaeda was fast becoming a threat to the USFounded by Osama bin laden, Abdullah Azzam and several other militants, with origins going back to the Soviet war in Afghanistan, it operated as a network, not defined by a particular state, but a multinational army, an Islamist extremist jihadist group.  Al Qaeda had mounted attacks on civilian and military targets in various countries.  Its attacks on the US escalated from the 1998 US embassy bombings to the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center  in 2001. It was just after the 911 attack that the Bush administration  announced  a $25 million reward for information leading to the capture or killing of Osama bin Laden.

By this time, Aaron and Della had become acquainted with Ryan Jamieson, a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Photojournalism, who had been recruited to the CIA right out of college.  Although Della was unaware of Ryan’s connection to the force, Aaron, with his astute mind and powers of observation had figured out his secret identity and was taken into Ryan’s confidence.  Theirs was a mutually convenient relationship with Aaron’s need for insider information and Ryan’s need to be able to leak select information through the media.

When news of the reward for bin Laden was released, Aaron was determined that he and Della would join the hunt and they had packed their bags and headed to Afghanistan.    


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The Lions Den is Still on the launch pad

 Launch Pad to Ground Control…..Are you still there?

launchI knew the fog was bad here in Newfoundland, but I didn’t realize there were so many things that could hold back the launch of an e-book!  We optimistically looked at the projected launch time six months ago and said, “Yeah, that’ll be ready to roll out by April 15th, no sweat.  My publishing guru made the first editing pass October 02, 2014, I sent my first revisions back to her February 12, 2015, she sent back the second edit March 30th, I sent in my final edits April 8,  and I just got the formatted manuscript back, and I should be finished and ready to approve it tonight!  I can practically recite the manuscript word for word!  The cover is finished, ISBN number is assigned and added to cover design, along with synopsis for the back cover.  Inside design is all finished, dedication and acknowledgements are in.  The last piece is this final tweaking, the last kick at the cat.  I can’t wait for it to be pronounced finished!  Do they say, “It’s a wrap!” in publishing?

My people are starting to ask when the book will be out.  I was embarrassed when the first launch date, April 15th passed.  I was a little pissed when the second launch date, April 30th went by, while my publishing gurus were hanging out in Mexico, California, and Barbados.  I was assured that work on my project was continuing in their absence, and I’m sure it was, but what answer can you give to your  friends who are asking, “So when is the book coming out NOW?”

All I can say is soon! I ordered a special necklace today and had it engraved with the launch date 15/05/15.  If it’s not out by then, someone’s paying for a new charm!
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The Laundry Mountain

Laundry – A Most Irksome Household Chore!


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Whoooboy!  You know you have left the laundry too long when you’ve been wearing pajama pants around the house for two days and washing coldyour hubby is down to his last pair if skivvies, the ones with Santa skiing on them which he refuses to wear anytime other than Christmas.  A request has been made for clean socks and underwear so I must drag my ass out of the writing cave and get at it, even though I have caught the dreaded man-flu and feel like hammered shit.

Thanks be to God that I don’t have to go down to the river and beat the clothes clean with a stick!  Being that  we live on the 47th parallel, I would probably have to beat a hole through the ice still to get to running water, despite the fact that it’s APRIL 26TH!!! Thankfully,  I don’t have to hang out the wash to dry and have it freeze solid on the line, either.  So what is it about laundry that is such a pain, even with the convenience of modern day appliances?

I think that a degree course could be offered in the laundry arts.  The first thing to know is that symbols on clothing tags have meaning.  I have learned to avoid buying any  items that require hand washing, washing in any temperature other than warm, and anything that has to be laid flat to dry.  I figure, in this day and age, why would you buy clothing items that can’t be fired into an automatic washer and dryer?  My daughter has yet to acquire this wisdom, and therefore does her own laundry.  To avoid pink dress shirts and gray underwear, all of my stuff gets sorted by colors, blacks and whites.  Towels don’t have to abide by the color rule because they have been washed that often, there’s no dye left in them to run.  Do you get my drift about how titchy a task this laundry business can be?  I’m not even going to get into the different types of laundry detergent and fabric softeners that’s out there, and how to know how much to use.  Then there’s stain removers and laundry brighteners, and a plethora of helpful handy products to make your clean clothes smell clean!

Then there’s the time issue.  Wheras with the old school washer-spin-dryers or even the old wringer washers, a load of clothes would take 15 minutes max to cycle, the modern machines take about an hour, by the time they soak, pre-wash, wash, rinse, water soften, and rinse, then to dry a load, you’re looking at anywhere from a half hour to 45-50 minutes.  Then there is the process of folding, or hanging the clean clothes up in your closet.   I am a big advocate of catching the clothes at the end of the drying cycle to avoid IRONING!!!  UGH!!.  Thank the Gods for non wrinkle and perma press fabrics. Either way, this laundry mountain I’m looking at is gonna take all weekend to scale.

My husband, in his wisdom, says, “Why don’t you do a little laundry each day, then you don’t end up with a big old pile at the end of the week.”  To which I reply, “Why don’t you do any at all?”  Which does not bode well for marital harmony.  The problem is while laundry is a necessary evil, it is BORING AS HELL, and if you hope to tempt me out of the writing cave to do it, then I expect to be rewarded with chocolate or wine, or take-out for dinner!

I always wondered if owning your own laundry equipment was a better option than taking the whole mess out to a laundromat and loading up seven machines at the one time. Brilliant!  Unfortunately my washer broke down one weekend and I had to put the theory to the test.  I found out how small capacity the commercial washers really have, along with how unpredictably hot or cold the dryers could be.  Your clothes were either toasted or still damp after an hour.  I swear the dryers have an even more voracious appetite for odd socks than my own.  Plus, I spent almost $25 in coin to get all of the clothes washed and dried.

Conclusion?  I’ll stick to using my own machines at home, thank-you.  Anybody weighing the costs should look into a second hand machine!  Lots of folks are upgrading to the fancy new machines and abandoning their old ones, which still work great!

So, whatever you’re doing this weekend, I hope you’ve conquered your own personal laundry mountain and your whole week will be April fresh!


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Prequel #6 – The Arctic Power of Persuasion

Aaron, Della and the Power of Persuasion


The winter was dragging on and the relentless snow was generating a laundry mountain of mammoth proportions in Aaron’s dormroom.  The semester was waning and with it, Aaron’s resources.  He looked at the roll of quarters on his night table and his mouth watered at the thought of the delicious Macdonalds  meal he could bankroll with that coin.  He had checked his Terrier card balance on the student website and found that his balance read $1.99.

laundrySuddenly he had a brainwave, Della Rawlins lived in the Tower.  They had twenty washers and driers. Could she  be  doing laundry today?  Using his powers of persuasion, he might be able to con her into allowing him to piggyback onto her laundry load.  Stuffing a duffel with  dirty clothes, he dashed down the stairs and across the quadrangle toward the Tower. Luckily, he spotted his “mark” throwing clothing into a washing machine.  Knowing that most successful negotiations depended upon a confident approach, he sauntered  over to the machine next to Della and turned on a charming smile, “Hi Della, fancy meeting you on laundry day,”

“Oh, hi,” Della said, reaching for her detergent, “How’re you ?”

“Great!  Whoa, you’re not gonna use that detergent are you?”  he asked, indicating her box of no name suds.

“Yeah, Why?”

Reaching for someone’s box of cold water detergent, he said,”Well this  stuff does a great job, is easier on the environment, and costs less per load.  Why don’t we try it out?”

Adding  his own clothes to the half load Della already had in the machine, Aaron said, I’ll bet you’ll be amazed!”

“Slick,” she thought, hiding a grin, but she had to admit, it was kind of sexy watching her lacy panties and his boxers tangling together in the wash.

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What’s Your Preference? Classic book or e-reader?

Book vs e-reader



So folks, have you weighed in on the e-reader vs book debate yet?  Though it’s a personal preference, a case can certainly be made for both.  For me, it really comes down to comfort.  As a person suffering from arthritis, and one who loves to read in bed, the choice is easy.  The lighter weight and ease of holding the e-reader  are the two main features that make it my vehicle of choice for reading.  I have a second generation Kindle, which bears many battle scars from the many times I have dropped it on the floor due to my falling asleep while reading.  It still gives me great service, even though it sometimes doesn’t open to the last page read, which is a pain.  My husband gave me a Kindle Fire for Christmas because I had always complained  that my original was not backlit, which meant that I had to use a small flashlight for light if I didn’t want to disturb hubby during my 3:00 am reading sessions!  Although the Fire provides the backlight feature, I am still using my original model, because I can’t bear to put it out to pasture because it still works great! The Fire, however, lets you appreciate the great book covers out there as it displays in full color, and the resolution of the screen is fine, not to mention the browsing capability which gives you greater variety in choosing your ebook stores, as well as eliminating the need to use a tablet besides.

So why would I choose a regular paperback over my Kindle?  Well, there is the advantage of knowing how far along you are in the story at all times.  Sure you have the page counter on the Kindle, but it is not as good an indicator.  Some people talk about the feel and smell of a “real” book, which doesn’t hold much appeal for me.  I like the fact that if I spill ketchup or coffee on my Kindle, it’s a quick cleanup, rather than a permanent stain on my paperback copy.  I love the “open to last page read” feature of the Kindle.  Gone are the days of dog eared corners in books from marking pages, and the collection of lost bookmarks that have hidden themselves down between the cushions of the couch along with the potato chip crumbs and  M&M’s gone AWOL. There is also the obvious advantage of the capacity of the memory in the e-reader that allows you to take a library of books with you everywhere you go, plus the convenience of being able to purchase books anywhere and anytime you like  The instant reference manuals  available like dictionary or thesaurus, are so very handy, and the fact that you can download textbooks is a Godsend for students. The only downside is that you rack up charges on your credit card because you have to have your Kindle linked to it in order to purchase books.  It doesn’t take long to figure out what kind of book addiction you really have!

All in all, whether you’re a paperback, hardcover, Kindle, Nook, or Sony aficionado, reading is king.  The digital age has certainly made books more easily available, and the new era of Indie Publishing has made books available to us that would previously have not seen the light of day!  Exciting times for both readers and authors.  As for the e-reader, if any device can turn my magazine reading hubby into a lover of books, both non-fiction and fiction, I am extremely impressed.  It’s a pleasure to see him sitting in front of the TV and reading his Kindle at the same time. Anything that can keep him entertained while waiting in an airport or doctor’s office is gold in my book!

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The Lion’s Den Prequel #5- Ebola Crisis

The Ebola Virus, West Africa



Della and Aaron were ecstatic!  They had both been chosen for Boston University’s Crisis Response Reporting program and a rumor had been circulating that of the eight students working in the Global Student Newsroom, two were being sent to Sierra Leone to report on the Ebola outbreak.  It was so high profile, that the assignment could be a career maker.

The university’s goal in pairing students from the School of Communications with students from the School of Public Health was to strengthen relationships and promote greater collaboration between public health professionals and journalists.  The two groups  could not see eye to eye because the public health people could never depend on the journalists to get the facts right.  They were more interested in humanizing the story, and trying to sensationalize the findings, rather than deal with dull statistics and study results.  It had gotten to the point that public health officials would not even talk to journalists anymore.

“Della, if we get chosen, what we need to do is concentrate on one family’s story, really get to the heart of it.  Find out  how the first family member became exposed, then follow right through  to the orphaned children.  We need to really pull on the heartstrings, show how devastating this would be if it ever got into the US.”

“Aaron, this is specifically not what the University wants us to do, dramatize and sensationalize.  Our goal is to simplify the story without distorting and confusing the real issues.  We want to earn the trust of  public health officials, so that we are sure to report actual statistical study results.  We are not writing a script for a “Pandemic” movie.  This is real life.  We don’t need to create panic and make pariahs out of victims.”

norma in yellow circle      Stay tuned for more prequels from the Lion’s Den coming soon! 

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Prequel #7 – Rawlins, Giles, and Aerosmith

Aerosmith at BU

aerosmithThe University had been abuzz for weeks. The band Aerosmith was home from a cross country tour and had agreed, for old times sake, to do a concert for Boston University.

Two young hotshots had met one day in the Massachusetts resort town of Sunapee, when Steven Tallarico (later Tyler)  dropped into The Anchorage ice cream and snack shop for a plate of fries.  Wanting to meet the guy who served up the best french fries he had ever eaten, Tyler was introduced to a dude with  horn-rim glasses and black hair half way down his back. The then-seventeen year old Joe Perry, was impressed by Tyler’s cocky “rock star” swagger. It wasn’t long before they embarked on a friendship that would culiminate into arguably the best hard rock band in America. With the addition of Perry’s friend, bassist Tom Hamilton, and two former band mates of Tyler’s, drummer Joey Kramer and guitarist Ramond Tabano, Aerosmith was born.

Now after thirty years of touring, whoring and a wild ride of music, drugs and rock and roll, they were finished paying their dues and now played to sold out crowds of twenty thousand or more. Steven had done a stint on the hit reality TV show American Idol as a judge, but was back full time now with the band and life was good.

Remembering their roots, when they had played high school dances and frat parties for $125 a night, they were coming back to Boston and to BU to say thanks to the alumni who had been their first fans back in the day and to the new generation who was only now discovering Aerosmith for the first time.

Della and Aaron were planning to be there front row center.  It was an event not to be missed!

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Nearly Ready to Launch The Lion’s Den!

New book nearly ready to launch!


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We’re finally in the home stretch for The Lion’s Den launch. Final editing is finished, manuscript is sent for formatting, dedication and acknowledgements have been written, synopsis is finished for the back cover. My publishing guru is waving her magic wand and putting it all together. Once an ISBN number is assigned and it’s uploaded to Amazon and Barnes & Noble, etc. I’ll throw a bottle of champagne at the computer, and consider it launched! It won’t be long now!

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