Hello and Happy Saturday!
First of all, I'm going to give you yet another update on my writing thus far. Then, I'm going to give you yet 15 more myths that have yet to be busted.
I am in a bit of a standstill with my writing, proofreading, and editing. I have had at least three very busy weeks where I haven't had much time to do any of that. However, I still plan to have everything published by the end of this month. I have finished writing everything, but now I need to edit my drawings and proofread my writing. It shouldn't take too long if I make it more or less of a routine. Which is what I'm really trying to do.
I am going to write another book for the Amazing Sci-Fi compilation series, which will probably take until the end of this year at least. And then, I am considering taking a break from this so-called writing "routine" and writing spin-off's from the same series. I haven't really dabbled with that idea yet.
Side note: I don't really like the idea of texting paragraphs to myself, but it's very convenient and gets the process done a little quicker. I believe that I will, however, take an hour and a half of one day per week and devote that time to writing a full chapter. I have found that my writing is better when I do things that way.
Now comes the fun part....THE MYTHS THAT NEED TO BE KNOCKED INTO OBLIVION!
1. Myths need to be knocked into oblivion.
2. That was not really a myth.
3. Pigs can fly.
4. Flying pigs can bring you wintergreen gum upon request.
5. Ice cream and the sun do not agree with each other.
7. There are three supposedly fictitious islands near Hawaii.
8. One is called Texamilio.
9. Another is called Galavanti Island.
10. And the third one is called Wakahakai.
11. Penguins are notorious for having a hysterical and bizarre sense of humor.
12. Snowmen have a more sophisticated personality.
13. Tennis is the most amazing sport in all mankind (that is more or less of an opinion).
14. Windows don't like ice cream.
15. Were there really fifteen myths?
I don't think so.
Next week, I am going to start giving you some fast facts about some people from each series, so look forward to that! Today, Rockybado: Robot King of the Island, The Jazzy Island of Dinosaurs, and The Magic Video Game are FREE on Amazon for Kindle, so check them out by reading the summaries below!
Rockybado: Robot King of the Island: "It is June 2006, and, after school lets out for the summer in Crown Point, Indiana, five boys find out about a robot in Texamilio, a supposedly fictitious island due west of the eight Hawaii Islands. When they meet Rockybado and his two close Bobino comrades, they are all confronted by Susan and Claude McSmith, who are both out to steal Rockybado's position as King of Texamilio, after a sour debate regarding physics in high school."
The Jazzy Island of Dinosaurs: "It is June 2006 in St. John, a town in Northwest Indiana, and five siblings find out about the existence of dinosaurs through their neighbors who actually visited them. At a swimming party, the neighbors give the three younger siblings a book with a T-Rex's number on it. When all five kids visit Galavanti Island, they help Dacston, a T-Rex, Valpatic, a velociraptor, Jokie, a brachiosaurus, and Sammy, a stegosaurus, locate a case of saxophones that Selfish Arnie, Dacston's cousin, has taken from all of the citizens of Galavanti Island."
The Magic Video Game: "Summer of 2006 begins in Valparaiso, Indiana, and two siblings acquire a video game that lets them go to the island of Wakahakai to meet a cool polar bear and his friends, including a forensics science fanatic, an athletic walrus, a crazy penguin, a distinguished snowman, a simplistic Eskimo pig, and a beautiful princess. Together, they must keep Darveda, Nelson, and Hilda from taking part of Winderplassic Estate."
Have a great weekend!
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