One of the most amazing things about tomorrow is the idea of hope. Tomorrow things might change.
This past weekend I got a wonderful chance to look into a great tomorrow, not only for myself but for two fellow authors as well: Kay Painter, the author of From and Sorrow to Service, and Isaiah Silkwood, the author Of Pirates and Werewolves. Together we experienced the pleasure of the Saturday Market, hosted by the city of Ontario, OR. The weather was warm and the day as bright as the smiles of the remarkable people we met.
Yes, we all sold books, all had new connections and networks generated, but above all this we had the opportunity to meet with many of God's children; to pray and fellowship with them.
This brings me back to the question of tomorrow. Coming out of the Saturday Market, I was able to complete my edits on Kracken and am nearing the finish line. I can see ahead of me the end of one journey and the beginning of a brand new adventure: my tomorrow. Thanks to all of you who have traveled with me and for those who will be joining at the next stop. In the words of the conductor, "All Aboard, next stop Kracken!"