There's no denying that these are trying times. No doubt over the coming weeks we'll learn what's truly important in our lives, what we need to change, and what we can happily do without. For many people, being at home will mean money worries, health scares, illness, loneliness, or at the very least, disruption to cherished plans.
There aren't many positives to this situation, but as a writer, at least I can carry on working. I am used to being on my own, and there are likely to be fewer interruptions, so I might actually get something finished. I recognise that I am one of the lucky ones, so I'll be taking part in the Smashwords Authors Give Back sale, which runs until 20 April. I won't be putting a direct link to my page this time, as the intention isn't to promote my work, but to join hundreds of other authors in offering people a FREE way to take their minds off their troubles for a while. There are books in every genre with discounts starting at 30% to 100%. The link to the website is where you'll find all the details.
Meanwhile, in the UK nature is getting on with things the way it always does: the grass is growing, the daffodils are blooming, the birds are singing and squabbling, and the sun is tempting the dogs to lie outside. Hang in there. Whatever the current lockdown means for you, I wish you well.