Is It Time for a Break?

With my first trip to Malice Domestic having occurred the first weekend in May, I realize I haven’t posted much this month–just a couple of posts and one was on a sale that only lasted that weekend. After recovering from jet lag, I’ve spent the rest of the month working on the first book in a new series I hope to start publishing in the fall. However, I could work a lot happier (just maybe not a lot faster) if I had a writing buddy like this studious owl to help pen my prose. If you’d like to watch the cute 15 second video showing the owl working his helpful magic, Click Here, then scroll down on the Facebook page until you get to the owl video. (Word of both Wonder and Warning–this page has some seriously awesome art posts on it, so don’t be surprised if you spend longer there than the 15 seconds you intended 🙂 ) Just working with my owl

Of course, the owl on my pen might slow down my writing almost as much as my cat on my laptop keyboard. Unless the cat sees the owl and the chase begins…

Have you seen any cute, creative videos lately you’d like to share?



About ritterames

Ritter Ames is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Bodies of Art Mysteries and the Organized Mysteries series. When she’s not writing or brainstorming new mysteries, Ritter is usually trying to get her favorite blond Labrador retriever to stay out of the pond, or keep her grouchy black cat from trying to give the dog away on Freecycle. The first two books in her Bodies of Art series were released in early-2016 by Henery Press, and the third was released October 11, 2016. She's currently working on the first book in a new series.
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2 Responses to Is It Time for a Break?

  1. ktbeeblog says:

    I like dog videos & im hoping this one posts here:

    Liked by 1 person

  2. ritterames says:

    I love this one. He can teach all of us a lesson for sure 🙂


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