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Not much to report on the bookbinding front today as I’ve been busy on Fiction Mountain. I have, however, torn apart one pop-up book, designed another one, and have pieces of a pop-up book scattered all over my worktable. 

I added mull and the spine piece to both Giapan (yes, my Don Quixote inspired historical novel) and Fear Zero (book O of The Fear Trilogy.) 

Fiction

In fiction, however, I have been abundantly busy. First, writing on Book One of The Fear Trilogy called Fear Itself. I’ve added numerous pages, tightened it up, made it faster, and more aggressive. I’m nearing the climactic finishing chapters. I want to finish it this month and write Book Two, Fear the Dead, during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).

In NaNoWriMo one must write a 50,000 word novel in one month (November). I have done this on a few occasions. My novels in the Calvado Pentalogy were either started or finished during this marathon of writing. I believe three of the five books in Calvado were finished during NaNoWriMo.

I have also started recording Fear Zero as an audio book. The first chapter can be heard on this episode of Tedorigawa Bookmakers. Recording and editing the audio file takes some time but as I record I find things I want to change. This is like a final Final edit.

Books Available for Your Reading Pleasure

Fear Zero

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Matt McKenzie, 10, thrown in prison for murdering his mother, must battle with sadistic guards, violent inmates, loneliness, and fear. 

This is the prelude to The Fear Trilogy, a dystopian future war novel which follows McKenzie from war to peace and back to war through power-hungry politicians, conspiracies, and intrigue.

The City of Cocks

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Sol is wrongly arrested for murdering a teenager. The teenager’s father works with important people in this small Oregon town and they all want someone, Anyone!, arrested and convicted of the murder. Sol must rely on his wife and a friend who is an alcoholic poet who sees and talks to ghosts. Not a strong defense team.

The City of Cocks is a sister-novel to Feeding Vicki’s Corpse.

 Feeding Vicki’s Corpse

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McCorkle, a retired Boston police detective, is haunted by the death of someone he loved as he wanders around the US. In Oregon, he saves the lives of four teenagers. The chief of police asks him to help solve a cold case. In his investigations he discovers the murder is related to a rape. But the most powerful businessman in the town doesn’t want the murder solved or the rape exposed.

Feeding Vicki’s Corpse is a sister-novel to The City of Cocks.

 

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