Thirty pages to do until my horror novel is finished. These last few chapters have been the most difficult. It's been hard knowing what to say without irritating the British government. This is just a work of fiction but there's always someone guaranteed to take offence. I'll just have to include a pretty encompassing disclaimer page at the beginning.I had a nasty idea of what might happen if I annoy them too much. Or anyone else for that matter.
It's one of my early ones but I'm quite proud of the hand.
I've even left it open for a second book which I have no intention of writing.Although I had a pretty good idea a couple of hours ago about mutant slugs. it's probably been done before, so I'll have to do some research.
So as soon as it's done and it's up on Kindle and in paperback I'm going to do something I haven't done for years. That's to stop writing and actually spend some time publicising the four books I've put up. I've scoured the blogs and Google and I think I'll try most of them. There's no point in writing all these books without a token attempt to sell some of them. It might be that my writing is complete rubbish. I like to think that some of it's good but I'm practical enough to realise that not all of it is so. It's just a pity that some of the people who downloaded the free copies of Hoodies and Geezers didn't let me know what they thought. I'm a big boy now and can take the criticism.
Oh, well back to the last thirty five pages.