One of the main targets for the months ahead is to sell some copies of my ghost romance "A Sailor's Love http://alsdomain.weebly.com/barnes--noble.html ," the book took over a year to write and I would like to think the time wasn't wasted. The book may well be an award winner soon, as it is in the running for the same award "Chronicles of Mark Johnson" won two years ago http://indiependents.org/indie-seal-books-1-50.html
Although I may not bring book 2 of the Chronicles series out fo general release -- I am hoping some stories coming out in the anthology by http://www.dreamworldspub.org.uk/home.html will encourage sales for book 1 -- I want to finish this book for a close friend who does enjoy my writing.
Each month on or about the 15th, I bring out an episode of the hit series "Forgestriker" http://alsdomain.weebly.com/forgestriker---the-hit-series.html this series will continue, as long as people wish to buy the stories. In chat with my friend Jan, I had to point out I wasn't upset that the other stories didn't sell as well as the book of the series title -- is that the reason for its mass sales? -- I said I was amazed "Forgestriker" had sold better in comparison and wondered why.
One of the hits on Amazon was the steampunk mystery "Did we see him?" https://www.draft2digital.com/book/32929 and over the coming months, I hope to write a sequel called "Did we see them?"