I really don’t care if Internet Explorer is “outdated” or not. I like Chrome almost as much as I like this (note sarcasm). I don’t like that their favorites/bookmarks is horizontal instead of vertical. It’s too much of a pain in the ass to navigate through.
I never have liked Word Press. I’m not a computer novice, but their programming is far too complicated and not user friendly at all. I’m going to try to move all this to 123.com. I’ve had enough.
I have looked everywhere, but it is nowhere to be found. All my personal information is out of date. Let’s see if I get a reply from their FB people.
The divorce was finalized in September 2019. As of today, I just can’t get my writing together. The Covid stuff going on doesn’t help any. This is the longest time I’ve gone without writing anything, let alone posting here. I hope I get back to it eventually.
Captive: ISBN 978-1-4620-1491-0
My third book to the Trilogy is Rolf’s Story. I don’t know when I’ll be finished with it, considering the circumstances
I’m in the process of a divorce and I haven’t felt like writing in nearly a year. I bought some new business cards and have given out a couple, so I wanted to at least post something.
Sabrina has been published. I will put the ISBNs to both books here, if I haven’t already done so. It’s been so long that I don’t remember if I already have or not.
I don’t know when it’s going to be available yet, but I hope it’ll be soon.
I already have the social media set up, so I don’t need that again. I already have the webpage as well, so I don’t need anything new. I don’t like Twitter and I don’t use Tumblr.
This site is my webpage.
It’s called Sabrina. Sabrina in my mail male character’s grandmother in my first story Captive. It goes from the Victorian Era through World War 2.
This is what will be on the back of the book:
“Sabrina narrates the Story of Sabrina Greene von Wetter, an Englishwoman who falls in love with and marries Andreas von Wetter, a German, who is her soul mate.
Sabrina is about Sabrina’s life from the Victorian Era through World War II, where she transfers from England to Germany on more than one occasion.
Sabrina tries to keep her life together after tragically losing her husband and son, and then later, her fiancé. She nearly loses her grandson Derek when he becomes a prisoner at the concentration camp he had been forced to command. Derek is the main male character in Valerie Michaels’ previous novel Captive.”
I’m going to use my great aunt’s photo from the late Victorian/early Edwardian period as my cover. I believe she died before or just after I was born.
Re-Self-Published courtesy of TopLink. I like it a LOT better.