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My goal is to spread the word far and wide! With your help, my books can find a larger audience. I currently have postcards mailed to 12 states!
Send me an email (or just hit Reply) with your address and I’ll send you 4 postcards. One to keep, three to share.
Or you can forward my message to reader friends.
Thanks in advance for your support!
P.S. If you’ve already contacted me and received postcards, I apologize for resending this newsletter.
No! Not again!
The forecast says Heavy Snow for tomorrow, April 5! I say ENOUGH! I’m finished with winter. Bring on spring and flowers!
I’m working on Love of Thol, book 3 in the Thol series. At this writing I just tipped the 30K word count and 144 pages.
I may scrap the idea of adapting the rest of my screenplays (feature films) into novels.
Who would have thought filling in the blanks from a script to a novel would be so difficult? Half the thing is already written!
Let me tell you — it’s like trying to piece together cross-cut shredded paper. I have learned a valuable lesson here.
I’m chomping at the bit to get to work on Tilted, #3 in the Bonded series. And last September, I came up with another totally different storyline: One Drop of Blood. It may not be a vampire story.
So that’s my lineup. I currently write and publish four novels a year. One a quarter is about all I can do at this point.
Tidbit of Information
Remember a, e, i, o, u and sometimes y?
Here’s a reminder from The Week (dot com):
The letter Y can stand for either of these types of sounds. In “yes,” Y is representing a consonant, and in “gym” it is representing a vowel. In fact, due to the imperfect match between writing and speech, there are other “sometimes” vowels: W is a consonant in “we” and part of a diphthong vowel in “now.”