Dear Readers and Authors,
The July issue has finally seen the light. Even I didn't believe that it would do it one day.
At the beginning of August, my electrical panel went up in flames - literally, and it took a while until I found someone to come and do the work. As I work from home due to Covid19, that meant that I missed workdays, and I had to make up for that time.
It was not easy, and I couldn't find the energy to do anything else after working about 12 or 13 hours per day and getting on the housework afterward.
I took five vacation days in the end - I was too tired to think straight, and I was sure I would format the magazine then.
Huh! I didn't do anything else but reading and sleeping. Not the greatest of holidays, but at least I charged my batteries.
I know it hasn't been pleasant waiting for the July and August issue (thank God, the latter is only three days late!!!, and it will appear by the end of this week if nothing else happens. One can never know. I went out for an hour today - to do some grocery shopping, and when I came back, I found my dog limping. Hopefully, he only twisted his leg).
Still, thank you so much for your patience. Should I mention that it is worth it?
You will have lots of captivating stories and poems to read.
If you see anything wrong (as usual, Weebly will play a game or two with me), please, let me know at once. I will start on the August issue tomorrow evening, so I still have time to solve any problems.
As I didn't have too much time on my hands to do the work, I respected the authors' format. Sorry if you thought it would look different.
A huge thank you to all the authors who have decided to publish with us. Thank you also to the readers that keep coming back and enjoying our magazine.
Editor in Chief,
To bring joy to readers everywhere.