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Happy New Year Fern Followers!

Sometimes the pinky skies are what I hold dearest; they seem to represent hope and lightness, optimism. We all need that.

Like most folks, I cope with the pandemic fallout of limiting our forays into the world,  the restrictions on our travel and time with family and friends; being slammed with daily reports of the "numbers" affected by the new variant.
I try not to get bogged down with the whole megillah...hey, we have to get through it, right?   
I do some Tai chi each week, aiming for three or four days, but realistically accomplish two-ish. I take walks, by myself or with a friend, bundled against the chill. I write, polishing up the draft of "What Happened to Harry?" and working on queries to find an agent.
"..Harrry?" is my first book planned in what I see as the Maura Haze Mystery Series. I'm halfway through a second one, with the working title of "Sweet Ramona and the Missing Corpse."

I'm always snapping photos, and often escape down to my studio to paint and work on collages. Its fun down there, and one of these days I'll show the pieces. The most recent paintings I lump under the umbrella of my Remission Series. Those I needed to do.
Thanks for checking in to Fern's world here, and stay well and safe, all of you.
Best!, Fern


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Fern Suess writes, snaps, and makes art. She recently published Tablecloth Nights, a Memoir, which can be purchased in paperback or e-book, at Amazon.com. She's happy with a camera or a book in her hand, likes to write and read in her car or in a coffee shop (pre-pandemic). She loves the smell of paint, works in mixed media, collage, and three dimensional concepts, and has exhibited in group and solo shows and outdoor installations. 

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