What Does Mud Season Have To Do With It?

This week Jonathan and I are kicking back and relaxing at a condo in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This ski resort in "mud season" is very, very quiet and we are loving it. (Mud season is what happens when the snow melts and the skiers go home.)

I’m taking a few minutes to write this to let you know about an interview that’s being published today.

If you are thinking about writing a book or wondering about what goes into publishing a book, you’ll especially enjoy this print (not audio) interview that is featured at http://selfpublishingexperts.com

I dictated the answers to the questions about writing and publishing that Lisa Schultz sent me into my wonderful voice-recognition Dragon software. She posts them on her website for you to see. Since I have written 5 books and only one is independently published, my answers are pretty far ranging.

I have been organizing the responses to my question, "What do you wish you had known before getting married?" for book #6. Some are profound and I am looking forward to organizing and writing 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Saying I Do.

We’re enjoying the gorgeous scenery. The most exciting thing we’ve managed to do is visit the rustic and wonderful Strawberry Hot Springs and soaked in 4 different hot pools. Jonathan tried the ice cold one fed by melting snow too. Not me! I like my comfort.

 
Here is the link for the interview again: http://selfpublishingexperts.com. Take a look now.
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