Greetings. This has been a tough year, writing-wise. As I mentioned in previous posts, I’m in the middle of updating my horror-thriller trilogy to coincide with next year’s 10th anniversary. It turned out to be more work than I thought, and I am just now finishing up Book 1. That’s not to say I’m not having fun. Which brings me to my point.
I need a break—not from writing but from book marketing. In addition to writing books, I handle all my own social media, advertising, and book signings. I used to kick myself, always believing I could be doing more. Recently, I joined TikTok, thinking I would post funny videos about writing. Well, that lasted a couple of months. I’m aware that other authors are getting a lot of value from the platform. For me, it was a massive time-sink. So, I gave it up.
And then it came to me. If university professors can take a sabbatical to tackle that book they’ve always wanted to write, why can’t I? Spending time focusing on writing is just what the doctor ordered, I feel. Though I still plan to post content, it might not be as frequent. I ask you to bear with me.
Okay, confession time. Last December, I turned seventy. It wasn’t the big deal I thought it would be, mostly because I was already heads-down planning my year. I’ve been writing steadily since high school and, other than my family, nothing is more important. If you’ve had the opportunity to read any of my books, you know that I throw everything I have into them. All I want is to create a powerful story for others to enjoy. Sounds corny, I know, but it’s true. I don’t have an agenda.
Well, as the English like to say, that’s me done. I’m going to play with my cat now, then get back to my trilogy. Peace and love.
Books to Enjoy
Can’t wait for Halloween? Check out these free horror selections. Horror Giveaway
And this is for those who enjoy science fiction and fantasy. SciFi and Fantasy MegaGiveAway
Clive and Adrien Done are eager to start their lives together when they purchase an old, dilapidated home for a steal. But as day turns to night, the couple faces unspeakable fear and a formidable sadistic ghost. The Galston House by Marc Layton.
You know me—I love Korean movies and television. Hellbound is a new show on Netflix. If you enjoy crime thrillers with elements of fantasy, this one’s for you.
Logline. People hear predictions on when they will die. When that time comes, a death angel appears in front of them and kills them.