It's officially here, the season those who hate winter have waited for all year. And as COVID wanes, swimming pools are opening again, festivals are being planned and the outdoors is open again.
That means you'll see folks Fat Cat around. For now, we're sticking pretty close to home base (that's Ashland, Kentucky) and the Tri-State where Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia meet. We've already arranged to be at several community festivals and this Sunday, June 27, we'll be in beautiful (and tiny) South Shore, Kentucky, for its Party for the Park.
Cammie Eicher/ Cat Shaffer has already been out and about with two back-to-back booksignings and she'll be out more as she introduces "Claimed," the first book in Cammie's new The Guardian series to readers. And for those who like really substantial books --- "Dead Man Stalking," Cammie's popular romantic romp set in a small town, is being released in hardback!
For those who like their reading in small doses, check out the short story "At River's Edge" by Cathie Shaffer, available now from Amazon for only 99 cents.
Well, that's a bit of how we intend to spend these warm months along, of course, with picnics and campfires and days at the lake. Here's a great summer!