The Nature of Things in Mississippi

There were some afternoon thunderstorms rumbling around today, and I went out on the front porch to enjoy the blustery winds and revel in the thunder. No, I didn’t get struck by lightening, but the sun was shining through the clouds when I saw this doe and her fawn cross the road. I grabbed my camera and ran (okay, at my age: I trundled) across the front yard. We aren’t exactly suburban, but we aren’t exactly rural either, so seeing the deer is not unusual but nice. Just the same, I wanted to get a photo of these local critters and share it with you. They paused in a little wooded hollow across the street and gave me this shot. I hope they stay around._MG_4041.CR2

For those of you who may not yet know (I haven’t made an official announcement) the Kindle Edition of my novel, Melody Hill is available for the ridiculously low price for $0.99 Cents on Amazon. Sign up for my newsletter at and you will receive the link to order the book. Why?  Because I want more people to read my books and hopefully build a base of readers who like my stuff. By the way, this is Book #1 of the two-part series The Gomorrah Principle. It has a little bit of everything including romance, mystery, espionage and historically accurate fiction about the war in Vietnam.

One of my dear friends sent me a note saying she had a tablet,  but didn’t have a Kindle. Not to worry. Did you know you can go to Amazon and download an app that will let you download and read Kindle books on tablets and other mobile devices? Yup. Sure ‘nough.

As always, if you read one of my books and like it, please post a review on Amazon. Tell people what you liked about it. Next week I will post an update (the first one) on my next novel.

Love, Rick D.

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