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  1. I just need to take a moment to tell you how much I appreciate how hard you are working. I mean managing a farm, writing books and helping out with your wife’s injury couldn’t have been easy (My mom had a leg fracture so I know how bad it can be with therapy and all). Can’t wait for the next 2(?) books, really enjoying the series. Take care of yourself, your family and the farm at the same time!

    • My goal is by the end of this year for book five (there now will be a sixth book, as well). Late spring and early summer are an incredibly busy time on our farm, so there’s not much time left for writing just now.

  2. Really enjoyed the books and the recipe as well as the updates. I was sad to hear about your wife’s situation( Also looking forward to the new book with much anticipation and sadness (i get sad when a good series end). Keep on keep on-ning) Well wishes and good luck

    • Thank you. She’s just about fully recovered, now. And breaking news, with more detail to come later, the fifth book may not be the last after all. It’s looking more and more like I’m going to need to break what I’d hoped to fit into a single, final book into two books. Unless I do that, there’s no way I’ll get a book out this year.

    • I wish I was close enough to be finished to be able to predict that, but unfortunately I’m not. Having to deal with a few health issues has cut into my time and slowed progress.

  3. I just saw your books posted on facebook. Now i have to listen to them again. So interesting how you take us into the character’s thinking process as he faces his adventures. I enjoy your books so much. I pray your wife heals well from her own adventure with the ram. I brought a ram and 5 female goats into a garden area to weed and fertilize it and got to experience their “emotional” behavior for 2 weeks. (I will not be a goat farmer.)

    • Thanks, Lorraine. In our case, it’s an ancient, heritage breed of sheep rather than goats. The young ram was just being stupid, not really aggressive (although we may still eat him). Jeanette was passing out pieces of carrot and apple to some of the sheep, and he became impatient. Fortunately he didn’t hit her knee, but her thigh muscle took more damage than we (and the doctor) originally thought, so instead of a sore leg for a couple of weeks, it has turned into several months of physical therapy to gradually bring the muscle back to normal.