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A very bad thing happened to a friend of mine. I saw a lot of it, heard more. She survived to ask that I tell her story, and when I asked her what charity I could donate some of my … Continue reading
For the next week Help Wanted will be on sale! 25% off at Smashwords if you use coupon code: UL62N Please keep in mind that this coupon is for Smashwords, not Amazon. At Smashwords you can download any format you like, including kindle … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that Help Wanted is now available for purchase. For the convenience of whispernet delivery, you can buy it at Amazon. For download delivery in all e-book formats, Smashwords is the place.
This is it! The last excerpt before publishing! I’m being generous, really; the excerpt is quite lengthy. Help Wanted is due to be published by the end of the month, so you won’t have long to wait to read the … Continue reading
We’re so close to getting Help Wanted done and published! I worked on editing all weekend, those final little tweaks. I’m taking a day off from it tomorrow and then I’ll throw it on my kindle and see how it … Continue reading
Help Wanted will be published by the end of the month. After this there will be one more chapter posted pre-publishing to get you hooked. 4. RESCUE FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE Amy didn’t hear from Paul or see him as “online” … Continue reading
I’m starting to feel the pinch! Help Wanted is going to e-press by the end of the month, and I’ll be ready. For your third taste… 3. E IS ALSO FOR ENGAGEMENT Time went on. Maggie did well at school … Continue reading
As I’ve mentioned before, Help Wanted is a fictionalized account of a true story. When the woman whose story it is — who I call “Amy” in the book — read it, she suggested two more scenes that might help … Continue reading
They got to the substance abuse clinic just before 9:00 AM. Amy explained to the receptionist why they were there, and they sat down in the lobby. After about 15 minutes, the receptionist called out, “I’m sorry, could you come … Continue reading
I’ll do this again. I’ll find some snippet from my own work that particularly tickles me… and then subject you to it. The following is from my only non-fantasy fiction WIP (work in progress).