Ok we're going into the Christmas season now, and I'm
hoping December will be moving right along with the book. I'm waiting for my
proofer to finish it so I can get it all finalized and ready for people to
I've updated the riddle and quote for those of you
who follow that weekly trend. The reason I decided to change it to Monday is
because it falls at the beginning of the week and all.
Starting on November
30, I'm going to begin writing a story that I'll update every friday in the
stories section. My goal is to add 1,000 words per week and it is purely for
fun. The adventure will revolve around an assassin named Linnae, aka The Blue
Flower. She'll be fighting to escape a recent tragedy and forge a new life for
herself, something her former employer has no intention of allowing. Should be
Finally, a blast from the past.
When my father was a kid, he worked on a farm with nine brothers and
sisters picking cotton. He said they had a pair of mules they used
for plowing the fields and the mules were kept i a barn at one end
of the field at night. When plowing away from the barn, the mules
had to be coaxed and sometimes whipped to make them go. When they
turned around to come back and saw the barn in the distance, they
picked up the pace. Perceptive critters.
Man, this year is flying. I've udated the
riddle and quote for the week. I've also been working to get ready for the Jan
1, 2013 release date of Shades of Light Book One of the Walker Chronicles. To
that end, Ron Leary, Jr. has completed the first of four portaits, which is
Torin. The others will be Gaius, Quire and Aisha. See Torin, below.