(Is that a contradiction of terms?) Endgame…
…the final book in my series for middle grade readers, “The Endless Cycle”, is currently available. And it was delivered on schedule! (Probably a first for me after a long career in software development.)
This installment concludes the story of the cycling, baseball-playing, mystery boy who has spent the past month trying to figure out who he is, where he came from, and how to get back. When he does find his home and family, everything is wrong. Just as he had to help people on the road, he has to save his family at home.
But will he be in time to rescue them?
The four-book series, along with my other three books, is available
now on Amazon in Kindle and paperback formats. Visit my author page to see them all.
I promise to write actual blog posts occasionally now, rather than this obsessive self-promotion that has occupied this blog for so long.
But don’t hold me to that.
[Note that the title of this book was decided on long before a certain comic book company released their latest bombastic exercise in cinematic junk food. No legal action will be take on my part.]
Working on a new book (actually five of them!) so the blog is lower priority. Hence the sparsity of posts lately. Here’s a quickie that’s been on my mind. A few thoughts spread among a few shots.
If that’s a seedless watermelon, folks, I don’t want to know what those little black specks are.
Try looking up “Funk & Wagnalls” in your Funk & Wagnalls.
This tag was attached to a stuffed, weighted dinosaur. So, this is a perfect accessory to any home’s decor? Yeah, it would look perfect at The Breakers or Fallingwater.
Welcome to a new year. In my younger days, I’d be writing the previous year well into March. Now it’s like a tick of the clock. I started writing 2019 on January 1 without missing a beat.
So, these are the essentials. No wonder my last party crashed and burned.
By my observation, people usually say more than they know yet know more than they’ll say. Some of us err on one side more than the other. But we all do it.
Since when is shopping a gift? I thought it was a chore. Not here in the United States of Walmart. I love the irony of this toxic message being on a kiosk that dispenses hand sanitizer. I don’t suppose it will protect against the affluenza virus. Fortunately, we have…
Wow! That’s precision for you. Isn’t science wonderful? I only hope the 0.01% it doesn’t kill isn’t the aforementioned virus.
If sitting is the new smoking, as I believe it is, what’s lying-on-your-back-like-a-slug-for-hours-on-end-ingesting-mindless-drivel-at-close-range? Can’t be good.
I was in California not too long ago. I saw a truck for a local business called “
Leadership Fumigation“. Do you think they’d do a job at the White House?
I can’t say for sure they named this place after me, but… I can’t prove they didn’t.
Coming in March!!
Watch this space for the announcement of my new book series for middle-grade readers:
The Endless Cycle