Some of the best celebrations I've had or enjoyed have been those that highlight others' joys. Today I am delighted to say that a good friend, Jerrie Brock, has a book that is free on Kindle, and it is doing very well, having reached the top 100 books free in all of Kindle after less than 24 hours. It's a wonderful story of the way love can handle the intrusion of the past.
I interviewed Jerrie on this blog, HERE
Something Returned is the sequel:
It is, for me, a wonderful story of the resilience of love. You can pick up a copy on Amazon. Here is a geotargeted link for you:
Now, as far as what I, myself, am celebrating in behalf of myself. would the fact that I idiotically did NOT back up my manuscripts on a cloud drive, but did on a 16 gb flash drive, and somehow, through my own stupidity managed to destroy that drive and lose all those manuscripts and yet, through the grace of God was able to retrieve them from a source I had not expected count as a celebration?
Yes, I thought so, too. Stupidity is not always fatal. But this was too close a call.
(Yes, the files are all on various 'clouds' now)
What are YOU celebrating? ...I do hope it's nothing stupid. Mine was big enough for now.