Books

A 4-post collection

Dear Followers...

I’m heading steadily towards the two-thirds mark of my current novel-in-progress: Kung Fu Zombies. That’s around 80K for those of you who are keeping track.

And it’s around this time that I generally start the gas stage of my next book.

Unfortunately for me, that entry is listed thus:

7.  More Amalgam (Adapting? Rael?)

So I’m holding a semi-informal poll. What would you like to see as the next Amalgam book? For your options we have:

  1. Shayde’s formal introduction to the Amalgam Universe
  2. Rael’s coming-of-age story where he becomes a resident of Amalgam Station
  3. Something else dredged from my semi-impressive stable of satellite Amalgam Universe stories [Please indicate which one]

I can never make up my mind in a timely manner, so I’m hoping to know what I’m doing by pleasing (some of) my audience.

Therefore it’s up to you. What would you like to see happening as my next book?

Sales Report As you can see, people are downloading my free titles on a regular basis. The most popular is also the most recent, Interview...

Sales Report

As you can see, people are downloading my free titles on a regular basis. The most popular is also the most recent, Interview Inside a Terrarium.

Actual sales, people who got the paid titles in my repertoire, remains low. Only one sale each of Hevun’s Ambassador and Hevun’s Gate. You can see them on the line graph on the far left.

The good news is that most of my downloads are coming directly from Smashwords. If

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Black.rain.cloud: I need more training! (discussion of traumatized autistic child and strategies for helping)

Black.rain.cloud: I need more training! (discussion of traumatized autistic child and strategies for helping)

blackraincloud:

I've become pretty confident in my ability to assist adolescent Autistic/Aspergers students with superb verbal skills and mild-to-negligible behavior issues.

Student is now pretty good at sniffing out when others are teasing him under the guise of "just being friendly" and is able to tell them…

I’m not a teacher, but I am a mum of two kids on the ASD

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