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Signups continue for my “Meet the Author” course at Broome Community College Continuing Education program. Can’t wait to meet those of you who have already signed up for the Oct. 7 class! I hope even more can join us. As I said before, books will be available and I will sign any books that you buy or bring to the class.
On another note, “The Cyber Miracles” sequel is speeding along! I’m up to Chapter IX and am still deciding what the title will be. As soon as I have it, I’ll start a new blog for that. Those who bought my book through Amazon.com will also receive a blog update on the status of the sequel.
Wine is on my mind. Finger Lakes wine. That’s because I’m in the middle of the sequel to “The Cyber Miracles” and am in a scene involving a winery on Keuka Lake. Although I have spent every summer of my life there and am well aquainted with the wine industry, I asked a couple who have an outstanding winery next door on Seneca Lake, Kim & Vinny Aliperti of Billsboro Winery, for some background that should give the story a more accurate, authentic feel. I raise a glass of wine in thanks to them for their prompt, kind assistance.
These past few days have been very productive as I undertake writing “The Cyber Miracles” sequel in earnest. By the end of today, I should be a good way into Chapter IV.
Right now I’m still trying to figure out the title of the new book. Many of the popular characters will return. I’ll be working on two new characters this afternoon.
Oh, and don’t be afraid of the pincer-crazy insect picture here. Earwigs play a supporting cast role in the sequel, and you’ll never guess how… unless you visit Andy Krall’s My Space page. STAY TUNED…