December 27, 2021
Well, like most everyone else, we have finished another Christmas Season. Bring on the new year. Right now, we are back to the two of us and the dog – again. Great atmosphere for writing and watching football, but almost too quiet at times.
On my morning walk, I realized that I was not sure, exactly, how many books I had written. Guess it is time to count them up.
The Civilian Conservation Corps and the building of Guernsey State Park
Beginning Gardening & Other Entertaining Lies - With Four Bonus - Murder in the Garden Stories
On Turning 70
Elderly – A Sensational Day Every Day
Commitment (western mystery)
The Ghost Dance (western mystery)
Ghost of the Fawn (young adult)
Under Western Skies (collection of short stories)
Under Christmas Skies (collection of short stories)
Interview with a Gunfighter (short story)
Melvin the E Street Ghost
The Mike Said, There's a Zombie in My Basement
Yikes – My Neighbors a Vampire
Howling at the Moon
Finished but Not Yet Published
Morning Walk ( the third in my series for senior citizens)
Wendover (my third Blade Holmes western mystery)
County Fair (book five in my Mike, and Moose and I kids growing up chapter books)
Essays from the golden years (fourth in my series for senior readers)
Wow, that was an exhausting search, not really. Thirteen published books and one published short. Two more books are finished but not yet published. I am not sure why these two, which will be self-published, are still waiting. I figured it out and can answer my question – lazy. Soon.
That makes 15 completed books with two in the almost category and the single short.
I am not always one to write out New Years Resolutions, but I aim to have all 17 of the books I listed earlier published. I hope to continue with my senior reader's books, with at least one addition in 2022.
Photos – All taken in the past week within 15 miles of where we live in Wyoming
Happy New Year – 2022
Keep reading and keep writing