Hey all My Fellow Friends,
Well, I did it.
I have just had my third childrens book published. The name of my book is "Zeppo The Little Dragon With The Big Problem".
I am very excited because at one point I didn't know whether or not it would be published.
I have a Website now that has all my books on sale there and these can be paid for and I will send them to you in a postage bag.
I also want to share something else that is a more serious matter with you all.
In February I will be undergoing major surgery on my cervical spine (neck). As some of you are already know, I have had longstanding problems with my very troublesome neck. However, my situation has got to the stage where the pain has become unbearable due to pressure on my spinal cord, I have been advised by my Neurosurgeon that I need to have this surgery as the situation is only going to become worse as time goes on. I shall let you know the date that I am having my surgery once I find out.
I hope you are all well at this time and that you had a lovely Christmas with your families.
God Bless You all and take care.
Congratulations! As the author of over thirty books, I can honestly say that I have found that the first three books are the hardest, but after that it's a lot easier to find the motivation to get them out. Keep writing and keep up the good work!
Congratulations on the new book, but am sorry to hear you need such a delicate operation. Fingers crossed that everything goes well for you
Nice to hear from you again!
Wow, what an accomplishment! Kudos to you and best wishes for a speedy recovery to full health and wellness. May you write many more books to bless children everywhere.
Way to go! What a cute title for your book. That is exciting to have 3 of them published now. How do you do it? Sorry to hear about your neck pain. May the upcoming surgery be a success in every way, and take away your pain.
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