A busy two weeks behind me, but the weekend, I’ll be inundated with writing new chapters for my work in progress, the second book in the Sideways Eight Series, Sequence. I spent most of last week, updating Mindfield and uploaded a new Kindle version on Amazon. The cover artwork was slightly redesigned to make it more visually appealing. This change also includes the paperback. For those of you who own the Kindle version, hop over to Amazon and download the free updated file to your tablet, PC, Mac or smartphone.
I’ve taken on the task of learning Adobe In Design, hence the edited cover. Heck of a learning curve, but the more I use it, the more I love it.
My current reading remains the same, In the Shadow of the Judas Tree, by Norman Morrow. It isn’t possible for me to get enough of Father James Brennan. Such a vibrant character. Easy to love.
To my surprise, I’ve completed the rough draft to the final chapter of Sequence. Now to finish the rest, about fifteen more chapters to go. YEAH! Fretting for the past six months, not knowing how to close the story, I’ve learned staring out the window while it’s raining, helps. The rains so heavy, lakes and streams went from algae green to brown. Dirty water. Yes. Dirty water. Boston. The Red Sox love their dirty water. They love their home. They love their town, where the lovers, muggers, and thieves are cool people. What better place for Murphy and Charley to be, than Fenway Park, after an afternoon stroll at the Charles River Reservation, while Charley compares the Boston Strangler to Tangerine.
Until next time, good health.