My new novella will be live within 72 hours on Amazon. I published it via KDP both in print and ebook. The beautiful cover is by LDM Graphics pictured below.
The Forever Bond is about Buddy Wilson who loved one woman, Nina, but was destined to realize it was Sally who loved him throughout school and college years. A gold pocket watch was found by Buddy near a shed and in the middle of foundation blocks that seemed to be from another shed. The watch contained a photo of a redhead which turned out to be of Nina when she was an adult. The inscription on the back of the watch read, "To Buddy, I will love you forever, Nina." After many unusual happenings the inscription changed and Nina's words and photo were replaced by Sally's. Even later the inscription disappeared altogether. No one remembered the inscriptions but Buddy. Buddy learned it wasn't his imagination later.
Saturday, May 5, 2018
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Friday, March 30, 2018
Monday, March 5, 2018
I am also working on an old short story, 33,000 words entitled The Forever Bond which is a sweet romance with a strange twist involving a gold pocket watch.
Thursday, February 15, 2018
I received more rejections, the Rescue novel and The Silver Dart. I consider this the end of the road. Any other publishing company or agent takes too long to respond and at my age I cannot afford to wait that long for a response. I am thankful for this last publisher as she responds within a month or so. She liked the Silver Dart cover at least.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
My Motorcycle Woman is completed at just under 45,000 words. I have edited it several times. I can't decide to seek a publisher or self-publish via Create Space. Anyway, I've sought and received an okay by the Black River Falls, Wisconsin Harley Davidson dealer to use the several references to them in the story. I actually visited them on a motorcycle trip in July 1971. At that time they had only been in business for six years. They allowed me to take a test ride on a new '71 Super Glide. What power that machine had.