THE YEAR AHEAD, VOLUME I

December 31, 2013 at 6:47 pm 2 comments

This is the time when we have an opportunity to mold our lives for the coming year, to repair all the wrongs of our lives.  To make promises we usually don’t keep.  For years I’ve promised to stop drinking and lose weight – both now accomplished and one the result of the other.

Therefore, I’m going to use this opportunity to outline what I want to accomplish in my writing career, have a record of my goals and see how I do.  I’ve got a great deal of work I want to complete, hence the multiple volumes.  I also want to keep each short so I don’t lose your attention or bore you.

This section will deal with two novels already written, The Beast Awaits and Sweet Depression, both in need extensive editing.  Any agents or publishers that may stumble upon this missive, I’m all yours.

The Beast Awaits deals with hot-button issues, stem cell research, corporate greed and global warming.  Creatures are developed accidentally using stem cell research in the course to gain increasing profits.  They rapidly multiply and swarm the planet causing mass destruction leading to an increase in global warming.  There is no firm resolution at the end of the story only a chance for a lesson to be learned, hence the title of the novel.

Sweet Depression also concerns corporate greed, to some extent, but the driving force is the troubled youth of the CEO and his need for power and control in his adulthood.  The story is a cross between the work of James Patterson and Robin Cook.  The CEO uses science to increase the company’s profits; however, the product has disastrous side effects.  A detective, his own family a victim, sets out to discover what is behind a sudden increase in murder and mayhem.

 

Happy New Year to all my readers.

May this coming year find you healthy and happy.

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A CHRISTMAS STORY OF SORTS THE YEAR AHEAD, VOLUME II

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. slpmartin  |  December 31, 2013 at 7:33 pm

    Have wonderful new year’s eve and may the year be filled with love and joy! Oh, and of course numerous publications. 🙂

    Reply
    • 2. walttriznastories  |  January 1, 2014 at 8:18 pm

      Happy New Year to you, my friend.
      I look forward to your daily poems.

      Reply

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