Author Archives: WastedPoet
Illness has drastically slowed the progress fo writing Canopy of Destiny. Writing is hard work and I find the words just won’t come. But, I’m still working on it.
I have written about 25% of my sequel, Canopy of Mystery. I have two book signings planned and am planning many more at the Half Price Book stores around the metroplex.
I haven’t added new posts to the research category for a long time for a very good reason: I’ve been writing! Now that I finished my first book, I thought I might update the research category with this important tidbit. … Continue reading
I have accomplished the following in the last two weeks: I had BookBaby print 100 copies of Canopy of Hope in the ‘Pocketbook’ format (4.68 x 6.87). This is what most people call a paperback and used by most commercially … Continue reading
The first draft of Canopy of Hope is finally done. Now I have to attack my ‘edit list’, about 15 things I want to change. Getting close…
I met a nice person at the Mall today. When he heard I was a writer he was immediately interested and wanted to know where to find my work. Although I don’t have a finished novel to offer him, I … Continue reading
The book “Canopy of Hope” is coming along nicely. I am up to about 45,000 words. I am not sure how many words it will take to complete the story, but I am guessing around 80,000. I have gotten a … Continue reading
I should have posted earlier about the presentation in Forney. The Forney Fine Arts Council is composed of some fine people. I really enjoyed meeting them and the discussions that we had.
I have been invited to speak by the FAC’s Literary Committee on the subject of self-publishing. It will be at Crumbzz in Forney, TX, located at 212 S. Boris D’Arc and happen at 6:30pm June 2nd I am not a … Continue reading