From deep in the covid 19 hotzone that is Florida

Hello my lovelies, 
I sincerely hope you all are doing well, adjusting to a more clean and safe lifestyle. I extend my apologies and sympathy to those that are suffering through this coronavirus disease and have or are losing loved ones. 
I thank those, that have and are standing up for the lives of all,  including black lives, that are thought of as less than, for whatever differences seem to be the demon of the day. We all matter. We all have something to add to this world. We all have a purpose,  no matter what belief you resign to. That person standing next to you may be a crucial part in a major change in our lives that one day eradicates cancer, or gets us out into the galaxy, or finds a way to preserve this planet's wildlife or water supplies. We have to stop allowing our baser self to lead us in disgusting acts of hatred and aggression that literally and figuratively stamp the light out of others. 

I often wonder what would happen if there was no crime of any sort for 30 days. No cheating on your significant other, no stealing, no illegal drug use, no killing, no scamming, not even going over the speed limit. What would happen? 
Would our meager grey matter combust? 
What about 1 day? 
Would the economy crash since crime is just another form of funding for big business.
While this is certainly not going to be political,  I  do ask that you be kind to one another, respect and appreciate the humanity and the differences in each other and let love lead your actions. 

Due to personal issues, health and financial, I was not able to work on my blog the last half of last year and then covid19... so 2020.....yeah most of this year either. I have just recently started back. I  will only be posting a few book reviews for now. With profitable business being slow, I have to divert my time and effort to the things that can pay the bills. While I have enjoyed this blog and all the new books and authors I have come across,  I have to prioritize my time. I  still spend the majority of my days caring for my mother in law. 

Keep reading, keep writing! Keep imagining wonderful worlds, bringing us romance, mystery, and dark scary moments.  I hope to bring you some book reviews soon. Please don't desert me or give up on me. I miss bookblogging very much,  but sometimes life takes over and chooses the path.

Much success to you all!