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I truly wish to thank all of you for tuning in and reading along with Eilea and family in Critical Error. Your varied comments have been encouraging and heartwarming.

I have a few changes and editing to do which I find exciting and stimulating (all part of the ongoing process) even as I have noted several instances here and there I wish to embellish on and others dismiss.  It’s a work in progress but fills me with constant delight.

My thought process throughout has been to entertain and provide a moment of time in which to escape for fun and even some nail-biting or edge of the seat excitement.  If I was able to provide a couple of these elements, I reached my goal.

Having said that, please stay tuned for my next novel which will begin shortly, entitled Blindsided.  It’s also about a stalker and since I’ve borrowed many of the ideas from this novel in Critical Error, please bear with me as some instances might sneak through and observable in my newest endeavour as I will attempt to re-write this as I go.  I have so many ideas and thoughts floating through my mind, I’m hoping this will be minimal, but it might happen and I ask your forbearance before I begin.

Hopefully, you’ll enjoy this new idea as much as the others or more so.

Again thank you for following along.  Your continued interest made the writing and editing worthwhile.  As much was on the spot and in the moment, it was off the cuff of my thinking cap and carried much of what I intended perhaps not in the way I intended but it was fun to do.

Still working on getting Gallery of Deception ready for publishing, my life has been pretty involved of late and I haven’t had as much time to allocate to writing as I would have wished, but hopefully, soon.

Take care all, and once again, a humble thank you.


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  1. Looking forward to it!

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