A Man, a Dog and a Ball is coming together VERY nicely. It's the kind of writing that is very easy on the eye,
and very touching stuff. It's the kind of story that a reader will be able to get through quickly, and then re-read
periodically just for the fun of it. Good, heartwarming stuff - Disney would probably have loved to have gotten a
hold of this piece years ago during their real (quality) hay-day. I agree, I don't think there's a single curse word in
the whole piece.
We've been REALLY busy at Staven Rescue. I've been spending more and more time out in the back room
that we've converted into an office. We have a terrific release from another author coming soon, we're just in
the final stages of corrections and changes from the first Proof Copy of The Airplane Tree by Jane Ann Russo.
We also have in the works a very different kind of product through another author - a series of children's stories.
Then there's Hard Justice; Terminus which needs to have the edits finished and the cover designed.
Also, there's a wonderful book of poetry by Tina Power that we're working on - the collection is amazing
and we're working hard to get that out onto the shelves as well.
And, since the Kinship of the Scales books are getting such a warm reception at the libraries... I'm trying to
find adequate time to finish the third novella in that series - Harmony is the name!
Mutt spoke about the ghost story we'd talked about a few months ago. That one may be on the back burner, but
it's by no means being forgotten about. I also have an as yet untitled full length novel in the works which is a
Things on the homefront are hectic, to be sure. I'm still working nine hours a day and we've both been battling
coughs and colds. Money has been tight but it hasn't dampened our faith in our Creator or Savior. Time is tight
but we're making the most of every moment whether it's by working together on our projects or worshipping together
and being thankful for the blessings that we have. We're waiting. Waiting for the divine timing to be right for
everything, because in the end it isn't OUR will that matters....