Posts Tagged ‘The end of tomorrow’

I am still alive. I haven’t fallen into madness or given up on writing. I did pull ‘The Bomb and the Cage’ only one week after it was released. To answer anyone who might care, it was simply because I finished reading the book ‘On Writing’ by Stephen King and it opened my eyes to the unsavory story that i had released.

If you bought it, please do not fear its not a bad product by no means, its just not the product that i had spent the last several years dreaming about.

I have also pulled out of self publishing (for now) at least with future works.

when the bomb is released it will be the first part of ‘The End of Tomorrow’. The second part is called ‘Through the smoke’ and the final part is calle
Ld ‘World on Fire’. There is the only taste you’re going to get. Unless you listen to ‘I Don’t want to set the world on fire’ by the ink spots…

The book is around 600+ pages and I’m just starting on the final part. A very big difference from the bombs 260 pages 🙂

I got so much done yesterday that I really needed to let my mind rest for just a moment. Today only, maybe not even the whole day, just until my wife goes to sleep.

 

I worked 7 12 hour days at work in a row and this is a much needed rest. I love my day job and it gives me some time to write which is very awesome. When I worked for the Florida Department of Corrections we didn’t have any computers let alone paper to write on so it was hopeless for me to even try back then. However while working there in 2004 I came up with the idea for “The End of Tomorrow”. I played with the idea for years and just recently decided to put it down on paper. I just hate that “The Walking Dead” are doing the whole prison thing. There is also a show coming out called “Apartment 23” yay go me….

Well my wife is waiting for me to get done so we can go recycle some cans… pinching pennies everywhere.

Also please Pray for a fellow Brother who was taken far too soon from this Earth, Sergeant Ruben Thomas! http://www.odmp.org/officer/21208-sergeant-ruben-thomas