Every time I search for something, I find something else. I was looking for a specific photo of my baby sister when I came across this shot, the authentic baby owl from Part IX of "Heels Over Head". Back when I was looking for the baby owl, all I could find was a fully matured rehabilitated owl I once photographed before it was re-released into the wild in Rocky Mountain National Park.
What better way to wrap up "Heels" than with a fuzzy and bewildered little (well, okay, not so little) fellow who likely is a wise old hoot now?
Serializing "Heels Over Head" on my blog has been one of the most fun and rewarding things I've done on this blog since I began blogging back in 2009. It has been so fun and fulfilling to live the dream, interact with many readers who otherwise don't comment much and to receive feedback that helped me push forward into the realm of self-publishing.
It's also nice to get my Thursdays back. (Said with a smile.) I've enjoyed having posts ready to go on Thursdays that didn't require anything more than pushing a button, but I missed the spontaneity of posting events as they happen, too.
Nevertheless, I wouldn't change a thing. I am so glad I tested the water, and I'm so glad I finally took the intimidating and sometimes even frightening diving board plunge. (Looks like the book is finally on its way to securing a genuine U.S. Copyright Office registration, too! Yeehaw!)
I hope you've enjoyed the "Heels Over Head" journey, too, and I hope if you purchase the ebook, you might leave feedback on any of the sites where the book is available.
Although I'm returning to live posts on Thursdays beginning next week (unless work and/or life get so busy, I am forced to plug in an Eye Candy or two), I'm going to miss the anticipation of a new book segment each week and finding out what readers think.
Bottom line, though, is I hope my story helps others overcome difficulty and gain confidence to accomplish the things they dream and love.
And yes, I'm anxiously plugging away at proofreading "Heart Strings" so I can self-publish it next. My goal is July 1. Now we'll see what I'm really made of, with super big bike rides coming up between now and then!!!
Thanks for riding along with me the last 25 weeks, and thank you for encouraging me to do what I've needed to do since 2006. Thank you for reading!