Tomorrow I’ll be giving away an autographed copy of Infinity’s Reach, my retelling of Pilgrim’s Progress set in post-apocalyptic America. It’s a fun book with a lot of meaning as well. If you think it’s something you’d like, or would like for someone you know, make sure your name is in the drawing.
All of this is in celebration of the launch of Salome’s Charger, the Christian suspense novel I co-authored with Celeste Perrino-Walker, who is currently sweating over her edit of the book (I’m already done, so neener-neener). In any case, it’s a win-win-win.
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In other news, well, let’s see, we’ll start with the bad. Just discovered that my bathroom floor had dry rot, so I will be dealing with that starting this afternoon, including putting in a new tub (which my wife is overjoyed about).
More importantly, my son is diligently editing the film we shot earlier this year based on my short story. “The Price of a Free Lunch.” It should be available on YouTube in a couple of months. The book that the short story is leading into, World Without Heroes, is my next project. So I’ll keep you posted on that one.
And finally, I was watching the Discovery Channel this morning, where they had a program on the Manhattan Project. It got me thinking about another short story I wrote, based on the premise of What if World War I Never Happened? Here is “The Bridge of Sighs.”
See you tomorrow, when I will announce the winner of the drawing for Infinity’s Reach.