This was my fifth time at the violin varnish workshop.
The joke (for people like me, who have now been to this varnish workshop multiple times) is that we must be slow learners. But the truth is, I learn something new each time, I add to my knowledge and skill set, and find ways to improve.
Plus there is the company.
For one week I get to be with people who enjoy violin work the way I do, but in a hands-on way. At Violin Society of America (VSA) conventions there are hundreds of like minded people to spend time with, and that's great, but sometimes overwhelming, and somewhat clinical. However, to spend time in a small space with about a dozen people who are all working is amazing and rare. I love it.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
There is a print edition and a kindle edition. Buy my book!
This book is potentially more interesting if you've read my first novel, Almost There, which is also available at Amazon in print and on kindle.
I'm in the process of figuring out an affordable way to make my book available on other platforms, but in the meantime, Amazon is the way to go.
Didn't my mom and brother make a beautiful cover? My mom did the artwork, and my brother did all the design work and fussy tweaking. (They did the last cover, too, and I can't wait to see the next one.)
I've actually written a lot of things, but I'm only now getting around to finishing them up and getting them out into the world. The next novel is almost ready to launch as well (hoping to have it out before the year is up), and I'm over halfway through two other books that I keep moving back and forth between. I also have an interesting project that I need to find time to finish that is a repair diagnostics book for teachers to help them troubleshoot violin problems. That one I need to do illustrations for, and that takes more time for me than writing does.
In the meantime, read my new book! (And I hope you enjoy it.)