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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 10:29 am 
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I agree. Where and when can we get the book???

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 8:19 am 
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Any updates? I haven't checked if there has been any new posts on his YouTube channel.

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I sent our Dear Author an email and he replied pretty quickly:


Hey Jim!

I'll try to swing by some time.

We got direct hits by both Irma (German for Goddess of War...) and then 12 days later, Maria.
While Category 5 is as high as the scale goes, it was considered a Cat6 as the sustained winds were 185mph with gusts over 200mph.
Maria was a plain old cat5, but incredibly wet.

Our house, including the roof is concrete, so it weathered the storm fine. Maria's winds were so strong that she drove the rain through any little crack or opening, so while the house was still standing, pretty much everything inside got wet.

And then molded.

We went 100 days without electricity, other than what we were making ourselves with two little Honda eu2000is.

The lawless aftermath was challenging for some people.

As you can imagine, my wife and I were pretty well positioned to deal with whatever, so it was inconvenient, but not particularly difficult.

As far as the book: I haven't written anything new. I've been working on getting book 1 published. Then I'll go back and finish 'an unwelcome development'. I'm stuck on deciding whether Stan lives or dies in the ambush. Been thinking about it for what? A couple of years now? and still haven't decided. :)

I don't usually do new years resolutions, but this year I resolved to get the first book published, even if it is just on Kindle. My wife and I have gone through it twice each, editing it, cleaning it up, re-writing where needed, fixing continuitiy and other problems.

I"ve totally re-written the beginning, which wasn't very good. I'm pretty happy with it now, It and some other things will make it worth re-reading when it gets published.

Thanks for checking in!
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Oh dang! Glad they are ok! I was actually curious how they weathered the storms. Good to hear he's alright. I definitely would get it on kindle when it gets published

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Thanks!

If you speak again, please relay my thanks for a tale well told and I think I speak for many when I say we’re looking forward to seeing it in print. This is one of the truly great stories on this site...one that got me through a very long convalesence after a couple spinal surgeries...great stuff that made me think.

I will happily buy a signed hard copy!

Kindle too!

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