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Follow the Sun by E. V. Pete Hester

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 21-02-2016

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Really, I have not forgotten this novel and have not forgotten that I promised to finish it. Sometimes life gets in the way of what we want to do and makes us deal with things we have to do. I am thinking now, that because of the lull in writing that I may finish off this present story line and jump to a later time period for these same characters, a volume two if you will. Barring further interruptions of life that is my plan. So, give me some time here to get back in the grove, if that is possible, and I’ll start cranking out some words. One of the things my cpanel does is lets me see what is being read on the web site, so I can see Follow the Sun is one of the story being read consistently. Thanks for that. I’ll go to plugging away, whatever that means, and see what happens…….

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Good luck! In New Mexico, you have plenty of sun to follow. You shouldn’t have any trouble staying on its trail. Looking forward to the end of the trail!

Thanks, I appreciate that.

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