"You have to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was."
You are receiving this newsletter in March, not April. Pay no attention to the date in your inbox!
Do you like April Fool's jokes? I do if it's actually funny and not mean-spirited, and especially if it's clever. Today, the U.S. Army posted an article stating a new uniform code, specifically that the BDU caps, turned berets would be replaced with Stetson's. The article was very clever and left doubt as to whether it was a joke or not. The accompanying photos took all doubt away. K9s don't wear berets; I doubt they'd be issued Stetson's, either.
For my part, I posted the following on my Facebook author page:
"Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand firm."
On to the News:
In the last newsletter, I mentioned that my free read short story titled "Christmas Chains" had been downloaded over 1,000 times, all from Smashwords. The stars of the story are Daws and Deanna from Off The Moon, now featured in Moondrops & Thistles, and this story was the beginning idea for their own novel.
If you like short stories, I've recently added one as a free read that was previously published on Long and Short Romance Reviews. Titled Growing Season, it's a sweet little quick read related to Finishing Touches.
At the end of January, I received a nice surprise! A new blogger found my website, checked my work, and did a special feature:
Nicholas Sparks, Meet Your Match:
A Profile of LK Hunsaker
I have a new REVIEWS page! Although I do have reviews of my books posted on their individual sites, I thought I'd pull a bunch of them together to post on one page. (Note: I do not pay for reviews, and very seldom send my work to review sites. What you'll find are what readers said after they chose to pick up one or more of my books and sent reaction to me or posted reviews online.) If you've read my work and would like to add your thoughts to the page, reply to this email! Thanks so much for the support!
On Facebook? Be sure to go like my author page
I think that's it for this quarter. Watch your inbox, as I'll soon send out a short excerpt of Moondrops & Thistles as an introduction. Please feel free to pass it along!
"I like to see a man proud of the place in which he lives. I like to see a man live so that his place will be proud of him."
As spring creeps in (or fall if you're on the other side of the world), I wish you plenty of fun and laughter and lots to look forward to!