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Another Milestone in Writing
I have received the proof copy of the fourth book in my AL CLARK Series and approved it for publication. That makes all four books in the series available in eBook or Paperback format, and I’m thoroughly pleased with myself.
This makes five books if you include my SciFi Adventure – VINCENT. All I need is another fifteen books to call myself an author 🙂
Cover by: Jonathan G. Meyer
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This is a rendition of the starship featured in my Al Clark Series. I created a number of variations, although this is probably my favorite. This is the ship Al wakes up on, with no idea how he got there or why. What’s worse, he cannot remember his name.
Six years down the road of writing and the Al Clark Series is complete…. I think. If the response is similar to the first three books, I may have to write another.
Now it is all about getting the word out. Anybody want to help?
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Al Clark-Earth (Book Four)
At last, the first draft of the newest addition to the Al Clark Series is complete. I struggled toward the end, but persevered. No good story will allow me to quit. Now begins the task of proofreading before sending it out to be edited. This is the fun part. The story is recorded. That is what counts.
Today’s post is from my children’s collection. I’m no longer sure where the idea came from, but it makes sense that elephants would make perfect bookends. The only trouble is, the shelf would have to be really-really strong.
(Cut paper and markers)
I am writing the final chapter of Al Clark-Earth (Book Four), which brings me great joy. Finally, the truth about Al’s origins will be revealed. Soon, I will begin the editing process, which I find both arduous and fulfilling. As soon as I write ‘The End’ on the first draft, I will arrange for the cover to be created. This is the point where writing becomes fun.
In a few short months I will celebrate five years as a published author. The experience has been; enlightening, educational, addictive, and–at times–frustrating. After a lifetime of work and raising a family, I finally managed to write some of the stories that percolated in my mind all my life. At sixty years of age I wrote Al Clark (Book One), and believed I had a good grasp of the English language. What I learned was that I had a lot to learn. There are words that have more than one meaning. Different meanings can be described with a multitude of words, all with a slightly different interpretation. In five years my vocabulary has expanded, my word choice has improved, and my imaginings have become easier to portray. In short, it’s been quite the adventure.
Each book has been revised several times, as my skill progressed, leading to increasingly better reviews. My favored genre is Science Fiction, and I’ve published four books to date.
Two or three chapter samples are available for FREE on Prolificworks.com. Take a chance and see what you think. Download and read on any device.
AL CLARK (Book One) A Sci-Fi Adventure
AL CLARK-Avalon (Book Two)
AL CLARK-Thera (Book Three)
VINCENT – An unusual hero
My tribute to a Sci-Fi legend.
“It was at this point that the computers began flashing their ‘We have something interesting’ sign, and, for the first time, 31/439 came to the attention of human beings. There was a brief flurry of excitement at SPACEGUARD Headquarters, and the interstellar vagabond was quickly dignified with a name instead of a mere number. Long ago, the astronomers had exhausted Greek and Roman mythology; now they were working through the Hindu pantheon. And so 31/439 was christened Rama.” (Arthur C. Clarke – Rendezvous with Rama)