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Started a New Story Today

by bill - 2013-07-05 ( culture / writing / stories / novels )

I started writing a new story today. Can't say much about it except that it's pretty much sci-fi, though it might wander into religion and politics. So, yeah, it should offend just about everyone.

Then I took a break and started cleaning. Did a load of dishes. Vacuumed and cleaned the office carpet because not one, but two dogs threw up behind me as I wrote. Was that a commentary on my writing? Wouldn't be the first time.

I was so engrossed in the writing I didn't even notice their "commentary" until I got up for more coffee. I then gave a couple of dogs, not the same two, baths because they've been itching like crazy from both skin conditions and fleas. Once they dry off, I'll put some more on them.

Just wanted to give you an update 'cuz I know you're hanging on my every word. :)

And now, "just" six years later, it's finally coming out!

All of My Novels


Over the past year, I've made updates and/or corrections to most if not all of my novels (listed below). According to Amazon, "You should get automatic updates if 1) your device is connected to wireless internet (Wi-Fi), and 2) you turn on automatic book updates. To turn on automatic book updates:

  • Go to Manage Your Content and Devices [this is the link I get on my own PC, if it helps: Amazon instructions]
  • Click the Preferences tab
  • Scroll to Automatic Book Update
  • Choose On

    If your book doesn't update automatically, contact us. You won't need to buy the book again, but you might lose notes or highlights."


    NEW! Random samples of dialogue from my novels!

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