It’s really hot here (I know, it’s hot everywhere, and we’re fortunate to at least get rain every now and then). Too hot for a post, and besides, I’m in my final edits now, so instead, I’ll simply share a photograph that I took in March 2007. This is Gornergrat, the last stop on the railway from Zermatt in Switzerland. The summit is 3,089 meters, or about 10,134 feet above sea level. Yes, the air is thin! So gaze upon this picture and feel the cold.
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I am the bestselling author of nine novels, including the Swiss Chocolate trilogy and VILLA DEL SOL, which won the 2018 Book Award in Literary Fiction from the Independent Publishers of New England. My newest series includes the books A JINGLE VALLEY WEDDING, APRIL IN GALWAY, and ALL’S WELL IN JINGLE VALLEY. Find my books online at Amazon, locally at Stillwater Books (Pawtucket, Rhode Island) and Ink Fish Books (Warren, Rhode Island). View all posts by Martha Reynolds