Starting New Book
Green Bay, Wisconsin
November 20, 2023 11:39am CST
I have worked on several ideas for my next book to publish. I decided on one this morning. It's only logical. It was one of the first books I finished. I didn't want to publish it yet because I want to make a series out of it. I have the second book half-finished and will work on it while I edit and get Wilderness Challenge ready to publish next year, maybe. We'll see how it goes. Someone asked how many books I have. I have 16 completed books. I have over 50 started and some nearing completion. When I publish Destination Love, I will have 9 published. So I still have a few to choose from for future projects. I just completed the cover for Wilderness Challenge. I really like this one. I hope you like it. Are you starting anything new? Thanks for reading. The image belongs to me from an edited picture from the free site Pixels. Edit: Image too large. Trying to resize it.
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• United States
I have a half finished family book with genealogy, contribution stories, photos and more. With so much happening this year, I had to set it aside. Not enough brain power to work on it with all the other stresses. I hope to get back to it as winter goes on.
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
Several years ago, I had things happen and I thought it would be great to get away from it all and live in complete isolation. So, I put my frustration into a new book. This book is about a woman who is a loner and wants to just get away from everyone and everything. A chance eavesdropper on her conversation with another person at work one day led her to doing just that. Part of a government study into loneliness, she takes on the challenge and with her dog, finds herself in the wilderness in Idaho. Factors were considered, the forest rangers stationed not far from the cabin she finds herself in. She's out to prove to herself she can live off the grid for a year. One ranger seems determined to prove she can't do it. That's all I'm telling you. I'll need to write up the blurb for the back of the book, but I have time before that happens. I finished this book in 2001 right after the towers went down. I'm glad you like the cover.
• United States
That's the one part of many arts people don't understand. There is always SOMETHING in the works, something not quite ready, something in the trash bin (but not entirely). I must have thousands of song starts, as I call them, and the same goes for writing for me. Tons I have done. Not all that has been seen or heard. But I am always doing it no matter how something turns out.