Monday, March 30, 2009

"War Victims"


The novel, "War Victims" is almost complete, probably by next weekend. I plan to do an outtake for a free story on my website to interest my readers in the novel. Tulia is working on a picture to go along with the story. Here it is, partly done. I think you'll like the story as well as the picture.


I also have two or three Editors that edit my novels. Jan is my main one. She's been doing it for a couple of years now for me. Than I have Alexis, which comes and goes like the tides, but also has been doing it for over a year. The newest one is Roxanne, starting a couple of months ago. They all do excellent jobs in catching my incorrect words, phrases and most important they tell me when I have characters doing unbelievable things.

Still waiting for Subjected Teacher to be on fictionwise.com. My publisher keeps telling me Monday, but there was a problem with the last file she uploaded (it rejected) so I am still looking at it next week.

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Sunday, March 22, 2009

"Rin Pays for Daddy's Mistake"

Now since I love the sun so much, it was disappointing that it rained on Sunday. But since we are having a drought out here, I can't complain much. Okay, I can complain, but it wouldn't do any good.

Doing well on "War Victims." Just finished up the second book in it and starting on the third. Not sure if it will have three or four stories, just depends on how carried away I get with this one. And I still have one more day of writing.

I also took an illustrated story I had done a long time ago, "Rin For Daddy's Mistake" added to it and I am going to post the first part on my website tomorrow. I will add to it every week or so. It has about 25 illustrations, so I think you will like it.

I am hoping that "Subjected Teacher" is released on Fictionwise.com tomorrow. It has been number 1 for two weeks at Renebooks.com, the publisher site. I have high expectations for it on fictionwise.com. Besides a great novel, it has an impressive cover by Tulia that will catch potential readers attention.

For those of you that don't know, I'm not like most writers. I don't have my publisher do my covers. I have found a talented girl, Tulai that not only paints great, but has a tremendous imagination. I give her a suggestion for a cover and she comes up with the most amazing covers.

Friday, March 20, 2009

WAR VICTIMS


For the lovers of my more extreme novels, you will love this novel. And the cover by Tulia.

War Victims is doing well. About half way done and expect to get a lot done this weekend. Weather not exactly cooperating much. Overcast but it is 60 so I am not about to complain too much.

I'm on the second story of the novel, with one or two more to write. Plan to do an outake on this story (called Forced Pleasure Slaves) to publish for free on my website.

I couldn't find a war I liked so I made up my own

"The Second Civil War of 2010 was the West against the East, California taking the lead and attacking the heartland of the United States with ease. The economic crisis that began in early 2007 had mushroomed, the Federal government unable to stem the financial losses. The Western states blamed the financial capital in New York and the political capital in Washington, D.C. for the demise of the credit and financial markets and the huge economic losses that followed.

President Arnold Schwarzenegger took charge of the Western forces, though it did create a conflict in his family, Maria Shriver’s families’ roots in Massachusetts. The United States government fell quickly, the military in the Western states aligning with the Western forces. Within a month, the Western armies had driven as far East as Chicago, the city quickly capitulating to the superior Western forces. By the summer of 2011, the lines had been drawn, Chicago west and south belonging to the Western United States, to the East still part of the Eastern United States, Mitt Romney now President. The battle lines had been drawn, with the war raging along a thin line of no man’s land separating the two."





Monday, March 09, 2009

Summers here!!!!!!

I think there is only two seasons, Spring and Summer and they correspond to the time changes. And thanks to the change of the dates a few years ago, Summer arrived this weekend. And I love it.

I love the longer day, don't care if its a bit darker in the morning. As long as I have a longer daylight.

I started the new novel, War Victims and got about 20% of it done. This will be one of my more extreme novels, so if that is what you like, I'm going to give it to you in this one. Nothing like a nice war to bring out the worst in men. And even though woman usually don't start wars (I'm not saying that aren't the cause of them) they are the ones that suffer the most.

Some men just enjoy the cruelty of the war a little too much and those are the types you will find in this novel. And some women just love the domination a little too much and you'll find them in this novel also.

If you feel that there is only a fine line between pleasure and pain, then this novel will be very pleasurable. For the men at least.

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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Sorry About the Snow Storm

Now I feel sorry if you live in the Southeast and the Northeast this week with your March Winter storm. But not too sorry. I lived too many years in New England and left there because of the winters.

My weather has been unseasonably hot, with record high temperatures. Been in the high 70's, low 80's. And it is what I consider the beginning of summer on Sunday, the time change. I hate when the time changes and its dark earlier, too depressing. Was so glad a couple of years ago when they shortened it. Should be like parts of Arizona. They never change.

Subjected Teacher will be published on Friday. Did a short story, an outtake of Subjected Teacher. Its out being edited, will be posted on Friday.

This weekend I get to begin writing "War Victims". I'm going to enjoy this one. Love the more extreme ones.