The Kindle version of The One-Minute Mysteries of Inspector Gerard: The Ultimate Flatfoot goes live today! If you pre-ordered the book, it should pop up in your Kindle app today. At $5, it’s a very easy lift, as is the paperback at $15.
It’s April Fool’s Day, a holiday for mirth and merriment, but one I dedicate to remembering the day twelve years ago when I faced unemployment during the worst job market since the Great Depression.
In rereading last year’s TBT and the original “April Fool’s Day: A Retrospective,” I’m reminded how good God has been to me. Last year I’d lost most of my private lesson students due to The Virus; now, I’m back up to seven students (six weekly, one twice a month), and I’ve just released a book (the Kindle version goes live today!). Gigging still hasn’t really picked back up, but Bandcamp sales have been decent (and another Bandcamp Friday is tomorrow!), and my front porch Spooktacular was a blast.
I’m still hustlin’, but I’m also taking more time to appreciate life. Perhaps the hard slog of my twenties has finally paid off here in my mid-thirties.