What can you say about a year that’s a Rooster in the Chinese calendar? Whose Pantone color of the year kinda looked like slime?
Thank goodness it’s over?
The year was the pits in too many ways, with too many people focused on the things that divide us rather than looking for common goals, values or ideas.
So today, I want to focus on the good stuff.
2017 held wonderful times for my family – a wedding, a new baby, and I chose to retire early from a career I’ve enjoyed for years. All of these are thresholds to new adventures, new stages of life.
I can’t wait to see what 2018 holds – even if it’s the Year of the Dog and the color is purple.
What about you? What was the best thing that happened during 2017?
To celebrate all the good stuff, So About the Money will be on sale next week. Book one in the Holly Price series, the story romps through eastern Washington with its rivers, wineries, Native American casinos, and assorted farm animals. Add in some wicked fun chemistry between the CPA amateur sleuth and a local detective and Holly better solve the case before the next dead body found beside the river is hers.
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An award-winning author of financial mysteries, Cathy Perkins writes twisting dark suspense and light amateur sleuth stories. When not writing, she battles with the beavers over the pond height or heads out on another travel adventure. She lives in Washington with her husband, children, several dogs and the resident deer herd.
She's hard at work on the next book in the Holly Price series, which might be Still About the Money.