Wednesday, February 4, 2009

I missed one

Tax his work,
Tax his pay,
He works for peanuts

(Continued from Preceding Blog):

6. Return to Upamona - The sequel to the "Gold Wrangle." Red is called back to Upamona to see what he can do about Slim, the Sheepherder, who is raising Cain again after his release from prison. Houses start burning down, and Red must find out who is setting the fires and catch a killer. Is it Slim? 40,000+ words.

You can see, trying to juggle all these stories, sort of boggles the mind, gives me juggle-boggle disease. There just isn't enough time in a day to work on all of them.

I confess, I completely overlooked this book, since it has been sitting on the sidelines for a few months, and I've been occupied with medical appointments and other stuff. I have a copy floating around to get reactions to it, and its been in the possession of one person for about eight months now. She reads slower than I do, or she is attempting to memorize it. No, she has eye problems, macular degeneration and glaucoma, and its a chore for her to read. And I wouldn't wish that on anybody, bless her heart!

I've been surfing through blogs, looking for interesting reading, and you'll notice that I've added a new blog to my follow list, THE TAINTED ARCHIVE. I'm amazed at all the blogs published. I think I saw on google that there is over a million published. Too many to read in a lifetime, so right now, I'm surfing through some of the Western writers' blogs, and I don't want to build up my follow list so I get bogged down on them, but occasionally I find myself doing just that just reading them. Another reason to delay actually writing something.

As for as query letters go, the ones I've sent out have been well received. I don't know why some people spend so much time discussing queries. You'll know when its bad, when somebody starts telling you its bad.


1 comment:

  1. The only way is in at the deep end - throw yourself into the writing