A fascinating piece in the Guardian newspaper a couple of days ago, about dead authors and their last wishes for their work after they are dead. Everybody knows how Kafka got royally screwed by his so-called friend Max Brod (mentioned in this article). Kafka wanted his work destroyed unread and unpublished, and Brod did the exact opposite.
Today was the day I thought would never come. “The Traitor” is completely 100% finished.
Well I say “finished” but I am getting the beta reader team back together again and the book is now being sent out to them for reading, edification, and digesting. No doubt I will have to do a few quick rewrites in places before its official release date on March 31st.
I can read over 750 words a minute and utterly devour books (2-3 a week). I have done this since I was first able to read. Teachers called me “unique” which I guess is their polite way of saying that I was a freak. So when it comes to writing my books, I am also a speed demon.