Okay. It's been long enough that people are beginning to write and ask if I'm still alive, so I thought I'd give those of you who are interested an update.
I retired in early January. This means I have more time to write. That's the good news.
The bad news is that I'm not writing what I thought I'd be writing before I retired. And that's only bad news because there are a couple of things I really want to finish, because I think they'll be very much fun to write, and I think a lot of you will like them.
So what happened?
Well, a series happened. Actually, I'm calling it a series, and writing various versions of the same idea. It isn't an Alpha Bravo Charlie situation, like some things have been in the past. I suppose it could have been, but I'm going to call it a series. It was supposed to be four short stroke stories. The first one matched that plan. Then the second one turned into one of the longer books I've written. I'm working on the third one now, and trying to keep it short. I may skip the fourth one altogether.
See why it's hard for me to plan things?
It's going to be called "The Tumblr Series"
Tumblr Daughter is written and proofed.
Tumblr Sister is written and being proofed. I think I'll have an editor take a gander at it, too.
Tumblr Neighbor (possibly to be changed to Tumblr MILF) is in the process of being written.
I'll start posting the first one as soon as the editor finishes with the second one. As soon as number one is posted, I'll roll out number two. I'll finish the third while that's happening.
Hopefully then I can get back to the big projects I wanted to work on before I retired.
I also want to thank those of you who have been supporting me at Amazon and Smashwords. You are making this retirement possible, and you're going to get some new books out of the deal. Of the Tumblr books, the only one I'll be able to publish will be Tumblr MILF, because the others have underage characters. But both of the next new books should be publishable. I will still crowd source them at SOL, though, because the reader comments improve the quality of things.
They always have.
That's why I love SOL, and my SOL family.
So now you're updated.
Thanks for your patience.