Tomorrow I will be getting my second shot. Due to shortages, could be Pfizer, could be Moderna. Whatever. It’s like going to to a restaurant (which I’ll be able to do, but I’m in no rush) and asking for Coke and getting Pepsi. Mix it with enough rum and even Pepsi is tolerable.
Are shortages worrisome? Not due to the cause that more people are rushing to get their second dose of Pfizer so as to not mix doses. At least the vaccination rate is going up.
Update: Yesterday, I wrote about updating my book categories on Amazon. The CSR at KDP was very helpful and informative, and in less than 6 hours it was taken care of, with only one late change still outstanding because I forgot to include some information.
What I learned:
- Not every country has the same book categories.
- There are different categories for paperback and Kindle books
- Not all interactions with Amazon end with me pulling out my hair.
Pretty cool alert: My free poetry book made it to the Top Ten in 3 categories!
From my blog this week
Weird Wednesday: June 23 – The Mask – Now that masks are becoming optional, are you ready to show your lower face?
Tuesday Tidbits: Childhood Everlasting – Remembering my favorite comics
Monday Musings – Golf. Not as boring as Baseball? – Some thoughts after the US Open
Father’s Day – I don’t think my dad has seen it yet.
From other blogs:
The Forest Bed: Free ebook – Thought I would share this since it is only available for one more day.
Review – Galapagos by Kurt Vonnegut – I read this book so long ago I forgot about it.
Leon Stevens is a blogger, composer, artist, and an author of three books (so far): Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures, Journeys: Eight Original Pieces for Classical Guitar and The Knot at the End of the Rope and Other Short Stories.