Today is a mini-milestone.
Partly, it’s one of sadness as today marks the 49th anniversary the great Duane Allman’s tragic passing. In another context, it’s not even a mini pebble really, but today also marks exactly one month since the release of Beyond Silence and Light.
And a whirlwind of a month it has been.
Actually, the same can be said of the last seven months, for a different reason(s). Either it’s age, changing opportunities, embracing several new projects, a global pandemic or all the above, time is rocketing right on by these days.
The point is, thank you all for this past month, during the initial run of the book’s release. It’s a humbling feeling; that is, trying to wrap my head around the fact that I made some art, put it out in the world, and people are reading it – and seem to be enjoying it:
“I need more! I loved it. You write so well!”
“You are a very talented writer. That ‘buttered toast’ metaphor in “Chappie’s Game” was truly masterful.”
“I’m halfway through the book and it’s FANTASTIC! Can’t wait to read the rest. So proud of you!”
I’ve received many similar messages and emails recently, for which I am truly grateful and appreciative. The support and encouragement have inspired me to get a head start on book two of the (possibly three book) series. Pre-production is underway, and the proverbial ball will be rolling in earnest before too long.
So, again, thank you very much for reading! It means a great deal.
Stay tuned for further announcements on book two.