A million thanks to everyone who has been buying a copy of Left of the Dial every month.
The royalties cover the cost of a hot chocolate at the local bake shop.
It’s a place with a few tables and a seating area with a blanket bench.
The perfect hole-in-the-wall for having a casual tet-a-tet with a guy you’ve met online.
Or for you and a friend to meet to critique each other’s writing.
One thing I would love is to get more four and five-star reviews on Amazon.
That would be the happiest goal for any author like me who’s here to make a difference not make millions.
My other manuscripts are brewing and percolating: I’m editing and revising a bunch of books I want to publish in the coming years.
More towards early fall I’ve have more details about the career book and the first novel I seek to publish within three years.
My goal in writing Left of the Dial was to uplift and inspire readers that recovery is possible.
The theme of the memoir is: “Enjoy your quirkiness.”
Life is short. Have the macaroons.