This is an experimental design for promotional purposes. I’m new to posting and want to learn more about sizing and impact. Canva is cool.
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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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) Preorder page. ON SALE. Out June 3rd. https://www.amazon.com/AL-CLARK-Earth-Book-Four-ebook/dp/B07S8JJN7K
I thought something to invoke a smile would be appropriate for a Monday.
Not that I mind Mondays – I’m retired, so they’re all the same to me. It’s the ones trying to work their way through another start to the week I’m thinking of.
Not all invasions go as planned. Time for plan B.
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.
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.
To travel in space is, for the most part, boring. If the ship is operating properly, life consists of checklists and food. Similar to prison, the highlight of the day is mealtime. To make matters worse, space travel is time consuming – in more than one way. It is possible to take a six month journey and return home many years later. Who says time travel is not possible?
This acrylic painting asks the question: Do you even want to return home?