July is my birthday month when the ghost orchid blooms and love is in the air. This July has been difficult for me. The grasshoppers enjoyed some of my ghost orchids. Perhaps that was a sign. My mom forgot my birthday, but she will be 94 in September and she's never forgotten before - or forgotten anything else for that matter.
It is still unbelievable that Linda Houle, a major partner in my former publisher, L & L Dreamspell, lost her fight with illness and her partner closed the publishing business. My newly self-published Kindle is still fortunate to carry the artistic cover Linda Houle designed for Ghost Orchid
Today, Ghost Orchid is part of an Amazon.com promotion, free today and tomorrow in eBook format. It may be downloaded and read on any device. It's easy. I had to do something special connected with the regeneration of life - one of the themes in the mystery novel. Hopefully, those who take advantage of this gift will also post a positive reader review here and at Amazon.com
A person that I once loved died in July, and I have been fighting the grief by spending time in nature. NPR praised Ghost Orchid for the beauty of the Everglades that shines through on every page, the ghost orchid, the heart and soul of the story. Yes, today is a day when I need the beauty of nature and need to share it as well.
I visited Happehatchee, a five-acre natural retreat in Estero, Florida and felt the beauty all around, renewing my spirit and reminding me that all is unfolding as it should. The sights, sounds and smells return my thoughts to the earth and its spiritual power. I hope everyone that downloads an eBook copy of Ghost Orchid enjoys the gift and renews their own connection with nature. dkchristi.com
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