Another week rolls along. Eight more hours, and we can all jump into a giant container of our favorite coping substance.
This has been a pretty quiet week. I have pretty much tended to the blog, and that’s about all.
I am trying to put together some data that can be used to query agents. One of the cardinal rules of a query is you must tailor the information to match the specific needs of the agent. This means that a wholesale generalized query letter will probably hit the trash. I am doing the research now. Also, I’m working on a blurb and synopsis.
None of what I’m doing will be a waste should I decide to go ahead and self-publish again. So I look upon the work as necessary.
We had some much-needed rain this week. It was the gentle stuff that does some good as opposed to the frog strangler type, which just ends up flooding the low lands.
After a couple of days of fewer reported cases of the Coronavirus, yesterday saw an increase. Of course, the stock market responded to the fear. Since a vaccine is twelve months off, we all need to be mindful of the basics of prevention. This is true for the flu as well as Coronavirus. 1. Wash hands a lot, especially if you frequent public areas. 2. Sneeze or cough into a tissue or your sleeve. 3. Get the rest you need. 4. Wear a quality germ mask if you have to fly.
Today’s JohnKu talks about personal responsibility in staying well. I hope you all have a great weekend.
Our Health by John W. Howell ©2020
The government is,
able to do just so much . . .
We need to take charge.