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Old 09-21-2012, 11:07 AM   #306
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Originally Posted by Hellmark View Post
Any more books out? I loved boomerang, and want more, or something similar.

Hi Hellmark,

I am almost finished with my current Work in Progress, working title "The Baer Boys", but it is quite different from "Boomerang", being a first person character study sort of thing, although I have tried to include a fair amount of humor. And of course there is a dog. Can't write without dogs being involved. I included the opening chapters of that one in the latest ebook edition of "Boomerang".

I put my planned follow up to "Boomerang" on the backburner after it became apparent that book wasn't capturing much of an readership. I appreciate the hell out of the readers I do get, and like to think they are, as a group, a rung or three above the crowd, a discriminating and yet daring bunch who recognize a gem where most would just scratch their heads and mutter "I don't get it".

Anyway, as soon as I have "The Baer Boys" well and done, the next Ted and Jerry adventure, which I am about 18,000 words into, will recommence. I'm trying to figure out how to include scenes of S/M and sparkly creatures of the night. At this point I am not hopeful of success.

But there will be a dog.

Take care and thanks again for reminding me that somebody out there enjoyed "Boomerang".

Alan


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