Well, my book, "Carrick Cove" (sequel to "Time After Time") is finally up on Amazon... both in paperback and on Kindle under my pen name, D'Arcy Regan Hart. But I have to say a strange thing happened when I was adding it to Kindle.
First it was up in paperback on Amazon and the cover was the one I had decided on and showed you in a previous post. But for whatever reason, when I added it to Kindle, it wouldn't take the cover? Well, it would 'take' the cover, but half of the dog in the cove was cut off?
I played around with it for a bit, but nothing seemed to help until I used another cover format. So, if you go to Amazon.com and look for the book, it comes up with a cover picture and if you click on the picture, you will see it available in both formats - but if you click on paperback, you get one cover and when you click on Kindle, you get the other...?? Guess it doesn't matter, they are similar, but just wondering why.
There's not a lot else going on around here at the moment. We had a ton of rain and flash flooding in and around Dallas, but not specifically in our area. We do live on a creek, and I'm sure the creek was high (I didn't go look), but we're built about 5 feet above it, so it has never risen up to the house. I think Dallas/Ft Worth did get 9-10 inches - which has caused a lot of problems in some areas.
Oh, and I did go to my Cardiologist's appointment this week to take that vascular ultrasound. I was told it would take a few days to get the results.
I probably shouldn't mention this, but there was a gentleman in the Cardiologist's office waiting for his appointment and he was told that his doctor had an emergency heart attack to attend to and he would have to reschedule. Now these things happen I realize, but it had to be so inconvenient for him as he was very heavy set, had both legs wrapped up, was using a walker... and was all alone. I just felt that it must have taken him a lot to get there and now he has to come back another time. No ones fault, I know... just sad.
DH and I saw him outside sitting in his car when we left. He was sitting there with the door open and his head down. So we asked him if he was OK. He said he was, just sitting there thinking. We told him that we heard them have to reschedule him and that was a shame. He said, "Yes, that it took him half the day to get there... but what can you do? Emergencies happen." His attitude was good, but I can't stop thinking about him and how there must be so many others like him out there trying to get on with health problems and all alone. Made me feel so lucky that DH and I have each other... and our children.
Have a wonderful day and weekend - it's Labor Day weekend!
(OK, it's only Thursday, but almost the weekend)