Starting next month, I will be posting short stories following the life of Anne Lily Duke, hopefully leading up to the release of a full-length novel on the same character on January 3, 2019.
The short stories will follow specific events that occurred in Anne and her family’s lives given from Anne’s perspective. They will include events that happened when she was a child until young adulthood.
Each short story will be posted on the first of every month and will be in chronological order. Some stories may be broken down into more than one part because of length.
I hope you will enjoy Anne’s stories and that you will laugh and cry along with her as she experiences life.
It’s been almost 3 years since my brother died and I finally decided to publish the biography I wrote about him for people who want print copies. I updated it a little bit as at the time I wrote it, Cal’s Cage was still in progress.
Places to Get a Copy
Amazon.ca – Colour
Amazon.ca – Black & White
If you don’t want to order on Amazon but still want a print copy, let me know if you want colour or black & white and I will get one to you. I’ve included a contact form below that you can use to contact me.
For those who want an e-copy, you can find it here.
For those of you reading this post, you may notice that there is a page located on the navigation bar titled “Quietly Making an Impact bonus material.”
It includes the following:
- articles (about Calvin’s death, memorials/tributes, awards, baseball, hockey, etc.)
- videos (memorials/tributes, family time, his walk-off double, etc.)
- photos (ones included in book, Cal’s Cage opening, etc.)
- and various other things
It is password protected, mostly to keep out the spammers. The password can be found in the preface of the book. You can also contact me, using the form below, or emailing email@example.com and I will give you the password.
The change is now complete. Yesterday, I wrote my first post on the new blog that is focused on mental health. The new blog is titled Tarangela Mental Health. Please check it out and I hope to see many of you there.
Because of this change, I will no longer be posting on this blog. I will keep it open, at least for now, but it will be inactive. Thank you to those of you who read this blog and those who wrote comments.
A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned that there were going to be changes coming to this blog. The first change is now up and running.
Now, everything I write about regarding books, writing, libraries, etc. will be on The Librariosphere blog. So if you want to read things regarding any of those things, you will have to go to that blog. The address for that blog is librariosphere.wordpress.com
As a result, this blog will go through a rebranding phase where it may lay dormant (no posts) for a while. I’m not sure how long this rebranding process will take, but I will try to keep posting while it happens.
Thank you to all my readers who have been here throughout the years.
I am considering a change with my blogs. Right now, there is really no focus on this blog. Initially, this blog was created to promote my writing, but that has taken a back seat and I’m not sure if I’ll continue writing books or not.
The change that may be coming will be splitting my blog into two different ones. I will have one for book reviews and other things related to books and writing. The other one, will be focusing on mental health.
Mental health issues are something that is very close to my heart because of family and personal experiences.
This change may take a while to be implemented because I want to plan it out a little more and decide how I’ll do it exactly.
I’ll keep you up to date on the changes.