I rarely see a robin, and never that sits long enough for me to capture in a shot. And the pink zinnia are the first flower seeds I’ve planted that had any success. This is the first flower, but more are coming.
I’ll have to showcase the Tiger Mix Ganzania flowers. The orange and yellow one is yet another version that popped out yesterday. They fold up and pop out a new flower, but most are different. It was one of two rescued plants that were dying at a hardware store, and they’re my favorite because of all the unique flowers.
And I was excited to learn that an unnamed plant I rescued at the same hardware store last spring is a gorgeous daylily, unique color from my others. I’ll show pictures of it soon.
In writing, each of my stories has to be unique also. I’m finishing up book 25 in the wolf series. They’re all stand alone, so no need to read them in order. I turned in Flight of the White Wolf–and now am finishing up, and finishing up, and finishing up The Bounty Hunter Gets Her Wolf. I have had a bounty hunter heroine before, but she was trying to take down a Mobster, the same one that turned her and murdered her mother in Dreaming of the Wolf. In this one, the bounty hunter is after a wolf. But not just any wolf–a Silver wolf.
She should have known what would happen when she went into Silver Town–a wolf pack run town to take down one of their own. 🙂
The Silver Wolves rule!
Have a great, and uniquely interesting day!
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