I won’t say my keys are smoking, but the third book in the Wanda series is over sixty percent finished. I should have it out to the editor by November 3rd.
If you haven’t read “A Cork upon the Sea” and “A Slip into the Abyss” yet, you need to get on with it.
This third book has a working title of: “Uxoricide Blotched or why she wouldn’t die.”
Here’s a paragraph from the second page: “The cool isolation of the swim platform of the tour boat lulled me into a gentle calmness that had been missing in my life for some time. Coming to the South Pacific to iron the bumps out of our marriage had been a good choice. The pressure in the middle of my back provided no disruption to my peace until I became aware that it was pushing me from my tenuous perch. I panicked as I twisted and grabbed for the unknown that was shoving me from the boat.”
For you folks that like reading on tablets and phones, A Slip into the Abyss is now available in most online bookstores.
Of course the paperback can be ordered online too.
Don’t worry about Amazon saying they only have 1 copy left; more are on the way.
My latest book in the Wanda series is now in the stores (Amazon, B&N, etc.) If you are a Kindle or Nook reader, it will still be another week. Hang in there!
Wow! Amazon just put one of my previous books on sale for $0.00 for Kindle unlimited people.
Secondary teachers, since you’re not currently in the classroom check it out:
The second book in the Wanda series has completed layout! This is where it looks like pages in a book rather than pages on a word processor. Next up is the cover artwork. Publication is getting close. If you liked the first book, you are going to love this one.
The ominous wind from the dark-green clouds swirled to connect with the deadly vortex rising from the earth. The tornado lasted a scant two minutes. In that time, it raced across the high school sports complex and down College Street. The roaring wind crushed the old gym, pinning Wanda under tons of debris. It entombed the volleyball team in darkness below the same gymnasium. It ripped down College Street for no more than two blocks before returning to its raging home in the monstrous clouds.
Recent release “A Cork upon the Sea” from Page Publishing author David Barger is the first installment of a trilogy introducing Wanda, a white girl from a military family who just moved into her small Tennessee town, and her new best friend Salisha, a black girl and transplant from Ohio to their recently desegregated school. Together they confront the challenges of growing up and the entrenched racism in their high school and beyond.