Welcome to (or back to) Austen Promises! Below are my news and updates for this week. Enjoy!
I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe!
I have almost no news this week. I wrote absolutely nothing in the last seven days. Not a word. Not a story, not a web page, not even something for the church’s Connect Group the other day. Nothing. I know why but not how to fix the problem. I’ve made it a matter of prayer.
Because I have nothing to report, I thought I’d mention my Facebook reader’s group again. It’s called Burton’s Babes. I post a daily Question of the Day, share my blog posts, and sometimes things I think might be interesting. Also, at 8:00 PM ET on Friday nights, I go live and chat with whoever shows up. I share my updates and then we talk about this or that or whatever my viewers bring up. I’d love to welcome you to my group, if you have not already joined. If you have time some Friday evening, feel free to drop in and chat. We generally have a great time!
I don’t usually share a lot of other JAFF stuff, but I decided to do so today. I may have mentioned it before, but Rose Fairbanks has begun a site called The Reading Reticule. She spends time daily, or nearly so, going through Amazon and social media, finding all the books she can that are on sale or priced low and listing them for people to see. If you’re looking for a new JAFF, The Reading Reticule is the place to go to find some!
I honestly don’t have much personal news this week. What I do have will sound like whining and I don’t want to go there. Next week contains a day I no longer celebrate. There. LOL That’s my personal news.
Do you have anything fun or uplifting you could share? If so, feel free to leave a comment below and share it with me. I love to hear from my readers! <3
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2 thoughts on “News and Updates: Saturday, June 6, 2020”
Zoe, I’m so sorry you are having such a difficult time. This will eventually pass and you will no longer feel the loss of the special day that you no longer celebrate. Trust me, you will find something else to celebrate even more wonderful.