Create, Pitch, Sell

Coffee Break


The last few years were very stressful. I felt as though I existed under a dark cloud.

The first day of this year arrived with the promise of a better tomorrow. I think this wonderful feeling has a lot to do with my writing career. Meaning, I finally have one.

So...in the year 2011, I will
—have no less than six books available by December.
—use CreateSpace to turn my eBooks into paperbacks.
—learn how to snorkel.
—pan for gold out West, just for fun.
—find something good to say about rainy days.
—spend more time with the people I care about.
—reclaim the little things in life that used to make me smile [being awakened by songbirds, sunny days, starry nights, hiking, boating, the sound of waves lapping against the hull or the shore, the smell of fresh-baked bread, the smell of fresh-cut grass, wind rustling autumn leaves....]

I'm putting Fire on Amazon.com sometime in March. Ashes, book three in the Point Jove series, should be available in May.

Serial Quiller is getting new cover art. I changed the setting for Serial Quiller 2 from St. Augustine, Florida to Corpus Christi, Texas.

2011 began on a high note. I'm going to do everything I can to make sure it ends that way.