Okay. Everything is published that can be published. I really appreciate everybody being patient with me and letting me go do this. I'm getting a little long in the tooth, and what with the way the economy is going, good old Social Security may not be all that secure. I may need all the dimes and nickels I can get.
So what now?
Well, I'm currently working on chapter sixteen of what will probably be an 18 chapter story that I started in 2006, and then abandoned. I've wanted to write this story since then, but this or that reason kept me from doing it. So I chose that one to re-enter the SOL world with. Seeing as how parts of it were written in 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010, it may turn out to be a stinker, but I don't care. I'm tired of hearing it whimpering back there on the back burner.
That one is about a young lady who is riding the train west in the early 1870s and an "accident" keeps her in a mid-western frontier town with amnesia. If things go well, you should begin seeing that in February, but no promises. It's going to need a lot of editorial work.
After that, I have a bunch of ideas to work on. Don't know which will bubble to the top. Some of them are experimental, such as one with the working title "The Soccer Mom Who Saved Earth" which is, as you might imagine, a science fiction piece. It will probably be fairly short and will have the humor code on it.
Other than that, I'll just write and get things posted as quickly as I have time to. I have enough ideas to keep me writing for the next two years, easy. Some of them are for really long stories ... the ones I told you I was going to work on all last year ... but which got back burnered with Millie, who is the young lady I mentioned above who was riding the train.
So the writing has commenced again.
And again, thanks for your wonderful support and patience. I love my SOL family.
Thanks for reading.