Snowheresville. Our house and barn roofs are just visible below/behind us.

It’s time for your monthly poll! This one may not seem exciting to you, but it’s super important information for me, and I can’t thank you enough for participating. In the upcoming months, I’ll start asking you for ideas for characters and plots and all kinds of fun stuff, if you’ll just hang with me for this one first. There are two questions this time. Use the arrow in the upper right hand side to go to the second. It may tell you it is question #3. That’s okay, there are only two, no matter what the poll-plugin calls them. Email bobbye at skipjackpublishing dot com after you answer them both and let her know, and she’ll enter you into our monthly drawing for Swag. Email subscribers, you may need to visit this post online to see the photos, videos, and survey, depending on your email service.

I’m in my post-Christmas fluffy stage, needing to rewrite the hell out of Knockout, and having a hard time staying awake to do it. But I shall persevere! How were your holidays? Here’s a glimpse at ours:

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12 Responses to Wake me up when it’s February?

  1. Eric Hutchins says:

    Love the pole and love the videos.

  2. Your books don’t suck. I like that.

  3. Beverlee says:

    Brrr! Looks cold there. I am not a fan of snow or cold, guess that is why I now live in Arizona. Love your books.

  4. Deb Nelson says:

    Love the videos

  5. Jay Moeller says:

    Your Snowheresville winter pics are amazing! I wanted to get my coat out, something we rarely need here in Sunnysville SoCal. Love your books, just finished Earth to Emily. When I’m reading your stories I’m transported there. They’re special, thank you.

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