And how you can't predict the crossroads.
I thought of making this post into a podcast, and then I felt like being reticent. I always speak more than I end up writing. That’s how it goes. I want this to be as special for you as it is for me right now.
That requires being hush-hush about this new series, and new direction in which I am moving. The only thing I can say is that there is already a brand new character who is typing away on Old Clunker. And we know very little about her, other than she is beautiful, and a brilliant writer. Fast too. Can rattle out many pages in an hour, and she’s got the world stunned. That’s all I can say about her, other than this series shall rest in the hands of Olden Lockehart Smith. At least for now.
You’ll know the reasons why if you read Book #29. It’s all there for you momentarily. The book was just wrapped a few hours ago. I’ve got the pages scanned and I’m posting them right after this.
And as soon as I’m doing posting Book #29 I’ll be sharing the first pages of Book #30, which I hope you enjoy as much as I had fun writing it. Tense the entire eight pages, with catharsis at the end.
Anyway, it’s all available to you, on the same day it happens, when you subscribe.
I promise it offers a good daily read, that’s hard to keep up as a reader, because of the volume. Now…step back for a moment, and imagine writing it.
In a way, I’m asking that you show support to this unique craft. Even if it’s perceived as an oddity, it’s pure in that it is unique. And I say, it’s a beautiful time to say you believed in something that’s unique, something that doesn’t happen all the time, or ever before.
I know that is what is happening here. And it’s pure growth. Become one of the first to support it with an offering of seven dollars. I’ll write you a letter. Or not, if that is your desire. But show your support. There’s so much story here that you’re missing, that I wish for you to read.