A New Direction?

I have a bit of a backlog on getting new works to print. Heartstone: The Time Walker was just released on October 15, 2013. At this point, my primary concern is with my graphic designer, Ron Calica. Ron moved back to the Philippines a few months ago for financial reasons. Now he is dealing with the second major typhoon to hit the region and has dealt with the aftermath. He is a great talent and I really hope to help him find other authors who need his talents with cover design. Baruch Hashem for him to overcome the current problems and find what he needs.

Ron just sent me a new cover for my next work, entitled The Accord, which is the fifth book in the Dave Brewster Series of sci-fi novels. This novel is unique, centered on how our friend, Dave Brewster, deals with a society of cyborg planetoids out to take over our galaxy.

Following that book are two new novels, tentatively entitled The Two Doors and Prophecy, which are based in our own time. Both deal with young men who are inspired by the Divine to see the future and have to learn to deal with that knowledge of what will happen.  The Two Doors is in the can waiting for cover art and editing. Prophecy is being written as part of NaNoWriMo, the National Novel Writing Month, where aspiring authors like me  are encouraged to write a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. Trust me, that is not a problem, however, most of my works are 80k to 110k words in length.

Do you think I’ll make the quota? After one week, I’m at 18k words?, which is more than the 50k per month pace. Please make a donation to NaNoWriMo.org to support the work of this important group. I am considering posting the new chapters of Prophecy to this website if you all think that would help get the word out. Please let me know what you think. Please comment on this thread or e-mail me at karl@karljmorgan.com with whatever you want to say.

My new books focus more closely on what I believe, as a man of faith. I am very interested in what you think of my works. Today and tomorrow are great days to say what you want me to hear. God bless you and our great country.

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