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Wishing you all the best for Christmas and 2017!

It is the time for Ferrari Rocher. Or is it Ferraro?  Maybe some eggnog, or is it dregnog? Butter roasted turkey, or beer bomb basted? Time for friends and relatives, or strangers and maybe a little danger?

I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas, and a bright 2017.

This blog has gone through a larger transformation, in that I had more visitors here from many different areas in the world, not just Canada or the USA. Most notably, very thankful for the visits from France, Germany, Poland and the U.K. Even some Asian visitors have been popping in on rare occasion, especially from India and Singapore. And, of course, Russia has been a big visitor on this site as well.

My Christmas. I only hope for peace, prosperity, and health for you all.

I do wish I could get a few book reviews for Part 4, but sometimes miracles do not happen.

The E Book route I had chosen did not play easy into any giveaway formats - Amazon only allows US Residents to giveaway e books on their site, Goodreads may have the service available if it works out, in the near future, and I did not know of any other site to giveaway my E books for people to review them for me... Oh, I forgot. Readers favorite webpage is going to read it, review it ( post it if it is good), but may take a few months time as I went the cheap way with that one :)

No, Part 4 gained no traction in the book world. I could not give it the shove off it so rightly deserved. Hands were tied with giveaways, only knowing this after it was published- but, in doing print, the costs were too high for my taste anyways. At least I felt I went the right way with it, in not losing as much money this time as with the rest of the series.

I have not been at the computer trying to right a Part 5... I do have a story line in my head, but for now it is on pause... Little success leads to little motivation, so I will leave it at that for the moment.

Once again, Merry Christmas and thanks for tagging along on the blog...


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