So, last week I posted my goals for the upcoming months, my well-thought out strategies that would see me comfortably accomplishing all that I hoped to.
And I was fixin' to accomplish one of those goals, finishing The Archaeologist's Find, when KABOOM!
Yeah. Then with a loud thud, galley proofs for Colorado Dawn arrived in my inbox. Galley proofs are the final step before a book goes to print. It is an author's last chance to read through every word looking to catch anything that needs to be changed or corrected. It's detailed, time-consuming work that requires a fair bit of concentration.
So, I'm already a bit behind in my goals, so I have some make-up work to do. But I got a chance to revisit three of my stories that I hadn't read through in about four years.
And imagine my surprise when a friend on Facebook showed me a picture from her vacation that she recognized as being taken at the same lake as the cover picture of Colorado Dawn. Thank you, Tammy Roberson, for this lovely picture of Jewel Lake in the Rocky Mountain National Park. I love it!
Isn't that cool?
Have you ever been to the Rocky Mountains? Have you been to RMNP?
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