How many of you suffer from fear of deletion? Now, I do save my files to a second hard drive and Mozy stores my documents in their cyber server, but the act of deleting is such a firm and final action, that I find myself unable to punch the “OK” button when I’m asked to do so...especially once I've read the computer God’s ominous message: “You will never, ever be able to retrieve the stuff you’re about to (stupidly) delete.”
How many of you have trouble emptying your computer trash? Who amongst you has taken the trouble to sort your e-mail messages and dumped all but the most recent. I CAN’T DO IT!
Old copies of my precious novels, which barely resemble the completed and published iterations? I still have them, taking a megabite each of storage space. Dumb, dumb, dumb.
Anyone have a ritual or trick or pithy piece of advice for this file hoarder with delete aversion? I need help! Rolynn
BLURB for FADEOUT by Rolynn Anderson:
Jan Solvang has spent her life avoiding conflict and commitment. Six months ago, she left a marriage proposal and a job in Seattle to care for her dying mother. Now she's stuck with her mother's California house and her mother's dog, filling her mother's shoes as a memorial planner with her estranged father.
Roman Keller thrives on conflict, writing documentaries that reveal the flaws of the famous. Jan’s challenge is to help him write a positive eulogy for a grandfather he disliked, but Roman is more interested in her other client: a powerful attorney with a dark past his family wants buried with him. If Jan stands behind the family and Roman goes for the exposé, who’s in danger and who wins?
The tension between them pulls tighter as each discovers the other is keeping secrets. But if they tell the truth, will they destroy any chance for love?
SUSPENSE SPIKED WITH ROMANCE
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