"Solitude is fine
but you need someone to tell
that solitude is fine.”
- Honoré de Balzac
I have been away busily working at the blood center of course
But also I have been writing
my collection of short stories.
I've finished the story,
THE DEAD HAVE NO SAY
I'm mid-way through
THE TOWN THAT HATED GOD
Writing horror late at night is an EXCELLENT way
NOT to get a good night's sleep no matter how exhausted you are!
Using the Mark Twain method of letting a troublesome story
lie fallow by writing upon another, I have also half-finished the novella, DEAD YET NOT.
Depending on how long
these stories and novellas run,
I may include
MURDER AS A KINDNESS
Needless to say ...
I will be busy writing these tales and may not be writing many new posts.
I hope you will understand.
My good friend, Robert Rossmann,
is laboring through severe illness to complete our next audiobook, The NOT-SO-INNOCENTS ABROAD.
He is doing this on Royalty Share,
so if this does not sell well,
he will receive nothing for his enormous efforts and skillful narration.
So when our audio book goes on sale,
I will reimburse by Amazon Gift card the first six who send me an email saying they have bought it.
My email is in my blogger profile by the way.
I am polishing MURDER AS A KINDNESS
while listening to this: