I'm in final countdown for recording audio versions of all my books. Gearing up for this a l-o-n-g time. No small endeavor, as I'm doing all narration and production. Yee-ha.
But I can't wait to start — will be fun!
I'll keep you posted as I bumble along. Might have a book ready by xmas. And.....I really think the audio books will ultimately become my most popular versions.
Wishing everyone lovely holidays! I don't wish it lightly ~ we all know things have been WEIRD for a while. But we're finding our way.... Hope you're back in the saddle and sitting tall.
Many blessings to all.
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P.P.S. If you've read 'Nicaragua Story,' my newest book, please take a minute to pop a review onto Amazon. Doesn't have to be long, and you can use an alias if you like low profile. Reviews really my boost sales — my most reviewed book sells 4 times more !!
Thank you. <3
'Nicaragua Story' is now out in the world.
The 2 above photos are mentioned toward the end of the story, where I attended a press conference for the original members of the "Frente," the early Sandinista revolution. The 2nd one of Daniel Ortega shows how close I was able to get to the president.
Everyone, thanks SO MUCH for reading and reviewing my unusal story. Reading your reviews means everything to me!
6 /4 / 22
LATEST BOOK - 'NICARAGUA STORY
—Back Roads of the Contra War'
RELEASE DATE IS JULY 15 !!
Do I sound a little excited?
The picture to the right is Augusto Sandino, "most successful guerrilla warrior in modern history." The Sandinistas were named after him.
So......I need to acknowledge the incredible work that's gone into 'Nicaragua Story.' Not to sound whine-y, because I love writing books and am touched that people read and enjoy them, but this one is unlike anything I've done before. Despite the title, it's not so much a classic 'war' book as it is a story.
In the final year of working on this, I delve deeply into Nicaragua's past. What I learned was so…shocking actually…that it ended up changing the book itself.
But it had to be done.
I'm looking forward to your impressions!
More soon ~ hugs, kisses, and aloha,
P.S. I think this book is timely, relevant, and compelling, but what do you think?