The primary occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge have been arrested. They were on my mind in the previous blog.
I'm now seeking a publisher for my exotic cruise mystery story, which has been completed and edited. I've slowed down on my spy novel and also shifted focus away from finishing my second and third Jamison Pond sequels (that occur in Portland Oregon) to completing books two and three in the Spider Wars series. Book one of Spider Wars (SW) began on the Oregon coast, but soon shot off into outer space. It's available in both paperback and Kindle editions. Book two of SW remains located in outer space where the protagonist, Mark, is abducted a second time, except by some truly nasty aliens. In the third SW story, Mark returns to the Oregon coast at the behest of his children. It's complicated, as one of my practicum students used to say, because he and they appear to be the same age. They have all returned to Mark's home planet to hopefully counter the ongoing alien threat.
The series of coloring books I'm working on are also coming along nicely. In the last few sunny days it feels like Spring has sprung here in the Pacific Northwest, even though Reno, NV, and Buffalo NY have had major snow storms. Still, for my small home orchard, I've had to resort to hand pollination since the bees appear in short supply. Last year, some of the trees had almost no fruit set, so with the beautiful weather I've resorted to "helping" mother nature.
I guess I'll call that good for today. Hope you are having a great Spring!