I don’t often cry…

but when I do, it’s usually because I just completed the plot board for one of my novels and realized—I have a long way to go! Each Post-It represents a chapter. I typically add Post-Its as I go. Now I’m really crying.

Point of Crisis: Book Three in The Perseid Collapse Series promises to be a game changer.

Point of Crisis

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2 responses to “I don’t often cry…

  1. Reb MacRath

    Gee, that looks like Micheal Scofield’s wall in Prison Break.

  2. Interesting. I use a totally different approach. Would love to send you #BETRAYAL, a nuclear fiction novel of survival for your review. Lies, murder, greed and power. A look at the Fukushima nuclear disaster. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1496081226/ref=aw_d_dsc_books?qid=1394284340&sr=1-3

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