Change to Office Hours

Hey, folks!

As many of you know, we've been open 6/days/week since 2010, both in production and in Admin.  This has primarily been due to the reality that many authors work on their books on the weekends, which results in a pretty heavy email day on Mondays.  Years ago, the load on Mondays was so incredibly heavy that we decided that it was better to work on Saturdays to make Mondays survivable.  

But it's been 8+ years, and the truth is, after that many years of 6-day workweeks, I'm pretty burned out.  I just don't feel that I can personally work in Admin that many days/week from this point forward. Yes, we'll be open in production, of course, and if books have to be shipped (sent) to you on a weekend, that will be done--but the Admin offices are going to be closed on Saturday-Sunday from this point forward.  Naturally, exceptions will always exist, and if you need help on a weekend, we can arrange something, but I will no longer be in the office answering calls and emails on Saturdays.  I'm pretty sure that even Wonder Woman takes days off--and thus, so shall I.  

Thanks!

Hitch

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