Earlier this year I indicated that I planned to have a draft of the book (America’s Biggest Miscalculation) done by the end of the year.
In July I was able to sit down and generate a pretty solid outline. I’ve been mulling it over ever since.
Now, my dear friends, is the time to act and I need to put a number of other things on hold to meet my deadline of a draft manuscript by December 31.
Part of that is stepping away from my blog to concentrate on writing the book.
However, I plan to continue to monitor and sometimes (maybe) respond to comments on the blog until such time as I can reengage with you in a different way.
I know this will hurt the blog’s “stats” for the coming book proposal, but it’s what I need to do right now to ensure this work is ready by my self-imposed deadline of the end of the year.
I will respond to emails as I can, but if you don’t hear back from me, at least you’ll know why.
The best way to reach me during the next four months is to comment on the blog.
See you in January 2022.
My best until then,
Hiatus is a good thing, especially if it will help you focus on your book. You have a good plan! ~DW
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