NEWSLETTER FOR JUNE 2015
There was so much going on in May I simply forgot to do a newsletter that month. I was fortunate to have 3 book signings in May and each of them was very successful. The one I did at Fausto's Coffee was so much fun. I was surprised that one of the lawyers who gave me a story for my book came by to get a copy. He asked me to sign it and put "Stay zipped up" before I signed my name. You'll have to read his story to understand why he did this.
Next I went to bike night at Zippers. A young man there set my tent up for me and came by 2 or 3 times to see if I needed anything else. The bikers were all admiring each others "ride", very courteous and enjoying a night of comraderie with each other. When it was time for me to go home they even took my tent down for me and brought it, my table, poster, etc. to my car for me and put everything in my trunk. Bikers get a bad reputation sometimes, but the ones I met that night were simply friendly and courteous.
Next I went to Fatz Restaurant for Mother's Day and quite a few people came to my table and after asking what the book was about, took one with them. I couldn't have asked for more.
Moving along to the end of May and the first of June we have multiple college graduates this year from friends and family. These astounding young people have their whole lives ahead of them now and I wish them the very best in making their dreams come true. My motto is: If you want to do it, try it. You can achieve anything you want to if you apply yourself. If you don't try it, you will always wonder if you could have done it. Don't let it slip by you.
Father's Day is this month also and our 2 daughters have the best father in the world. He is such a wonderful man and they love him to the moon and back. I had a wonderful father, who was a heavily medaled World War II hero and such a southern gentleman. I can remember after I had moved to Savannah, Georgia and my parents came to visit. I was on a ladder putting up a book shelf. I was immediately reprimanded because my dad felt that was not womens work. Of course, I let him complete the task for me so he would feel better about it.
I love to read and 3 weeks ago I purchase a book for my Kindle. It was wonderful, however, the ending left you hanging and wondering what happened to the characters. At that point I got on my computer and ordered the next 4 books in this series. They had to be as good as the first one because I couldn't put it down.
Have a safe summer, enjoy your vacations and always be watchful while driving.
Until next month, read and learn. A mind is a terrible thing to waste and reading helps keep the mind informed.
Paulette would love to hear from those who read her book. Leave comments on the Guest Page or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOK SIGNING AT FAUSTO'S COFFEE ON THE COURT SQUARE IN LINCOLNTON, NC. MAY 9 8:00A - 12:00p
BOOK SIGNING AT ZIPPERS FOR BIKE NIGHT WEDNESDAY NIGHT