She arrived full-term and well, her extremities rosy, her Apgar Score high. Then we celebrated Sugar Birds‘ birth with a festive book signing at Lynden’s Village Books and and at the online launch party! Here’s a recording of the event, where Maggie Rowe and I talked about the baby.
I’m still getting my interview sea legs . . . hope you can ignore my herd of “uhs.”
You’ve been asking about the AUDIOBOOK, too. I’m delighted to announce that the audio version of Sugar Birds, read by multiple-award-winning narrator Jayne Entwistle, is now live! It’s available on Audible—and about 50 other sites, but if you’d like to support independent bookstores, you can buy it HERE at libro.fm. Jayne is downright mesmerizing. I hope you enjoy her reading as much as I do.
To all of you who helped bring Sugar Birds into the world . . . THANK YOU! I’ll never find adequate words to tell you how grateful I am . . . but I’ll keep trying!
Now, back to nature—and a few SM posts from earlier this week:
Meet Sugar Birds map artist Emma Vande Voort (R).
I LOVED working with her!
You can see her work in the book’s frontispiece.
“Sing to the LORD a new song; sing to the LORD, all the earth. Sing to the LORD, praise his name; proclaim his salvation day after day.”
The moon is always round.
(Even when . . .)
Thanks for stopping by, friends. So glad you’re here.
Watching Nature, Seeing Life: Through His Creation, God Speaks.