Press Release on Growing Up in the Rockies




WOW! Were are now in the DOG DAYS of SUMMER! I can’t believe how fast the summer is getting away from us. It has been busy and exciting all at once. We are now into our hottest days and retreat into the air conditioning comfort of our homes.

I myself have been relatively busy although this is the time I hate most when I am awaiting the arrival of my first hand-held book. “Growing Up in the Rockies” should be here this week. Pre-Orders are already starting to come.  Today I visited with a nice young woman from Times News. She will be doing an article about the book and it should be out the end of the week. I am anxious to see it and will put her link on my blog site for everyone else to see.

My family and friends are giving me a bad time because I am already off on the next book while awaiting the arrival of “Growing Up in the Rockies.” It’s like waiting nine months to give birth to a child. You can’t wait till that baby arrives and when it comes you love it and enjoy it but you are off and running with what part of normal life you can enjoy. That is where I am at now. I am sitting awaiting the arrival but need to keep busy so the easiest way to stay out of trouble is to continue to write and be directed. Otherwise who knows I might write about “YOU!”  LOL

Well everyone have a great day and leave me a message so I can send you one back. If there is something you would like me to blog about let me know. I just did an article for Krispmagazine. I continue to do mini articles when I can.

I am almost finished with the Book Trailer and hope to have it posted by the end of the week. Make sure you watch for it.

So Good bye for now and have a fabulous day.

Love Janice

Happy July

I hope everyone out there had a safe and wonderful Fourth of July. I spent mine with my family at a BBQ. I watched fireworks from my front window and all was good. The day was warm and I had to retreat inside.

Now that the fourth is over I hope that the importance of Independence Day will stay in your memories and that you will continue to be proud of being an American, and living in the land of the free.

I salute the many men and women who are in the military fighting to keep this country free. Please offer a prayer for them everyday so that they may return to their families to enjoy the freedom that they have worked so hard to protect.

Now as July progresses and families participate in camping, fishing, boating and vacations I hope that they will maintain safety.

The rivers are very high this year and there have already been many boating accidents. This is a year that nature needs to be respected for Mother Nature has the Upper hand.

Enjoy your summer and remain safe.

Hints for the Summer:

Avoid high waters, fast moving rivers and rafting.

Snow is not melted in the Mountains yet and there will be more water.

Avoid camping areas where the fire danger is high as this year forest fires are at an all time high.

Animals are being forced closer and closer to towns because of flooding, and fires.

Beware of these wild animals as they come down from the mountains. Do not approach them. Contact animal control and stay inside.

Be aware of the areas that you are going into and always have a shovel , a bucket, and water with you.

Remember if it doesn’t look right, feel right, or smell right, then chances are it isn’t right get out of the area.

I wish everyone a wonderful summer, stay safe.