The Nothing’s Child
Seems like this one took forever to collect and make pretty. But if you haven’t noticed it yet, The Nothing’s Child is now available as an Ebook. I’m still working on some things but it should be available in print before too long as well. As always when the print is available, the Ebook will be free when you pick up the print on Amazon.
In other news, I finally finished reformatting all the other published books. You would think that wouldn’t take so long but wow, things can get the better of you at times. It was an epic undertaking that feels good to finally be done.
I would imagine at this particular moment I should be doing something epic or crazy but really, it is more just a reminder that the work never ends. By the time you have reached a hurdle and passed through, something new pops up to keep you going.
Actually, I am sitting here staring at the screen and trying to think of something profound to say and share. Doesn’t always happen that way, does it? I mean, sometimes the better part of our time is spent in doing the unglamorous and wondering where the light at the end of the tunnel is.
The worst feeling is when the light at the end of the tunnel becomes a train…
Wow, that seems dark.
Here comes the real take away for the day. There is a bright spot in all of the work and grime of getting the hands dirty. See, sure it was an effort to get all the books up to date and such. But when I did this last one, it was nothing to get it on the same level as all the others.
There are things you learn along the path that you never would have expected to learn. And every little thing that you learn helps you grow that much more. At some point you go from struggling up those little hills, to scaling mountains without a thought.
Or maybe I have no idea where my mind is today and I am just blathering to hear myself blather. Either way, there is a new book out. Pick it up and support the efforts of this storyteller.
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