Category Archives: Photos

Two Weeks in Pictures

Picture of ripe Bing Cherries in treeWell, the pictures are back up and working on the website. Hurray! So for this blog post, I’m going to attach pictures from the last two weeks. This first picture is of ripe Bing cherries, up close. The robins have had a grand old time eating them.

I also took another picture up close of a single rose. Picture of a rose up close The hot desert air has now dried it out, but two weeks ago it was still fresh and fragrant.

And then for this week I took a picture of four roses that are blooming in the shelter of the rose bush. Right now the sun and heat are intense, so it is only in the shade that the roses are still blooming.

Picture of four roses by Lynn KilmoreIt’s great to have the website images working again, and I want to thank the support staff at WordPress for helping us fix things.

I hope you all have a great week.

Cheers, Lynn

Blog For This Week Delayed

Hello,

Just a quick note that the blog post for this week will be delayed. The web people are getting ready behind the scenes to do the fix for the broken picture links on this website, and I need to hold off on posting until after the attempt is made.

Until later this week, Lynn

Broken Pictures on My Blog and the Goodreads Giveaway Ends

Well, Murphy’s Law is in full effect here right now. The Goodreads Giveaway ends tomorrow, and we’ve been frantically trying to get the hiccups in the transition from lmmay.com to lynnkilmore.com sorted out before then, but this latest bug just hit thirty minutes ago

Most of the links to pictures on this website are now currently broken. Sorry about that.

I uploaded the pictures of the Bing cherries to get ready to post about them to the blog tonight … and accidentally triggered a bug that broke the links to almost every other picture on this website. We think we know what happened–and it’s something that would’ve broken as soon as I uploaded any sort of media after the transition. It may take a bit to fix, but we’ll get there. In the meantime, please pardon the blank spots where the covers and photos should be.

Sooner or later the pictures and the book covers on this website will work again … and in the meantime I can look at the website and see what it would look as mostly text (and laugh).

Click here for the Goodreads Giveaway link if you want to enter to win a signed copy of Soul Cages.

I’ve got my fingers crossed that the bugs are shaken out of this website by next week. I’ll do a blog post with pictures once they’ve got things fixed.

Cheers, Lynn

Rajah Poses for the Camera (Part Two) and a Goodreads Giveaway

The internet, of course, was created so that cat videos and pictures could be easily shared (huge grin–I’m kidding). I realized it’d been several weeks since I last posted a picture of Rajah, so here’s one of him with a slight “glow” to his eyes.

He is doing well despite being almost 13 years of age. He had to have dental surgery last week, but is recovering well and has a great time getting in front of my computer screens every chance he can.

As I’ve already blogged about, my pen name is changing this year from L. M. May to Lynn Kilmore. There’s a Goodreads Giveaway for a signed copy of Soul Cages that will end right about midnight on June 9th. This will be the last time that a print copy of the 1st edition is offered in a giveaway under that old pen name of L. M. May.

A second edition of the novel is going to be coming out in August 2014 with the new pen name on it.

Click here for the Goodreads Giveaway link.

Have a great week.

Cheers, Lynn

Sage in Bloom with Purple Flowers

Picture of blooming sage taken by Lynn KilmoreLast year I planted sage in the garden for cooking, and this spring I was given an unexpected surprise since I’d never grown sage before.

The sage bloomed.

And not only did it bloom, it did so with those tall strands of bright purple flowers that you can see in the two pictures in this blog post. They’re so beautiful to look at that while Zane Grey probably wasn’t writing about this particular plant in my garden when he wrote the novel Riders of the Purple Sage, I like to now imagine that he did, because a meadow full of these blossoms would be stunning to ride through.

Picture of purple flowers on sage taken by Lynn KilmoreThe honeybees are thick among the purple flowers all day long, as well as some butterflies. In a park or an arroyo near my house there must be a hive with sage-flavored honey.

Right after a rainstorm, the moist scent of pungent sage fills the air. It’s such a clean invigorating scent. I can understand why it would be so helpful in dried form for smudging ceremonies.

See you next week, Lynn