It is hard to believe that we are almost through the first quarter of 2023. Life for this author and editor has traveled along at a brisk pace. I keep hearing the real estate market is slowing down or has slowed down, but that is not the case for me. I have been blessed to continue to be actively working with numerous clients. By the end of March, I will have closed more than half the volume of properties that I closed in all of 2022 when I was president of the RAPV.
After months of working with my domain company and HostGator, I was finally able to get my author website back online. Seems the template that the designer used to create it is no longer being updated. So, while https://ccmalandrinos.com doesn’t have the same overall look and feel that it once did, at least people can see it.
I am looking forward to the release of my fifth children’s book. Clever Tom, which is due to out this summer from 4RV Publishing. You will also occasionally find me writing for the Christian Children’s Authors blog.
Not much new story writing going on, but I am editing the proofs of the second edition of Dust of Lies by G. K. Davenport. I am also formatting and editing a series of books for an author friend.
That’s it from my neck of the woods. Thank you for your loyal readership.
Eight-year-old Robert is eager to share his wish list with Santa at the mall on Christmas Eve. When he meets Glenn, who only has one request for Santa, Robert is confused about what he should do. Can he cast aside what he wants and ask Santa to bring his new friend a special gift?
“5 Stars? An emphatic yes! Two thumbs up? No doubt!” ~ fundinmental
“Nicely illustrated, enjoyable story for readers of all ages.” ~ Jude, Amazon Reviewer
“It will remind you of the true meaning of Christmas…” ~ Ruth, Amazon Reviewer
Though I have reduced my blogging duties at Christian Children’s Authors, I am still involved in this wonderful blog featuring numerous Christian authors sharing their thoughts, home schooling resources, and parenting tips.
Today, I reposted my review of Chloe The Unfeathered Parrot by Regan W.H. Macaulay. This story of love and acceptance with additional resources in the back would be perfect for home schooling families.
Though I don’t talk about it as much as I used to, I still blog at Christian Children’s Authors blog from time to time. Today, I posted about Journaling through College Tour Time. You can find my post here.