It’s That Cloudy Time of Year

I wanted to create a post about another one of my Wolf Creek businesses, but I have to admit that this past week or so has really gotten away with me. February is usually a month I look forward to, but this year, well … not so much.

Last week we were hit with some weird virus that caused a week of headaches and upset stomachs. That is, it slowly snaked its way through my little family of four. I spent the whole week stuck in the house. Valentine’s Day evening was spent at our local Secretary of State’s office (DMV in some states) renewing our license plates. Both my husband and I have February birthdays and this year I turned 40. That could have/should have been a reason to party. In fact, I intended to throw myself a little party but, of course, we’d been sick all week so it seemed in bad taste to have people over. Just like Valentine’s Day, my birthday came and went without any fanfare.

This week I find myself crabby from being housebound, worn out from the illness and constant weather changes (gotta love Michigan!), and just plain depressed from the state of our world and the fact that we haven’t seen the sun in about four months now.

On a brighter note, I’ve selected a lucky winner for my book giveaway and will be contacting that person shortly. I’m hard at work at two different books right now and both plots are going well. So, we might not have any sunshine in Michigan just yet, but there’s a glimmer on the horizon…


Annie Kribs is a native of rural Mid-Michigan. When Annie's not working, building a house or helping with homework, she writes sweet contemporary romance that resonates with her readers. Her specialty is "Real life stories with heart". Annie's first novel, The Do-Over was published by Liquid Silver Books in 2012. Annie is currently working on a series set in New Hampshire. Resurrected Hearts was published by Blue Swan in 2016 and Hearts On The Run by Amazon in 2017.

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