I’m in this for the long haul, at least I am where it comes to publishing books on Amazon, mostly because it takes an age to get the illustrations and the formatting done and even then it takes a considerable amount of time uploading all these details, the long haul is an understatement.
I don’t want to sound overly desperate but as I’ve spent so long getting this latest book done, it would be rather pleasant if you would follow the link I will attempt to put in here and purchase one of the books to make it worth the effort for me. Although it is a short story for children there are little jokes to keep any parent who may be reading amused. I thank you in advance, for I know you to be kind and considerate people.
Moving on now and changing the subject slightly, we are indeed in this nowadays for the long haul, unlike previous generations who had a much shorter innings than we. The question I’m forced to ask with regard to longevity, is quantity what we are aiming for or should we be better concentrating on quality. At the moment I’m reasonably healthy but I see more and more older people who whilst surviving longer don’t necessarily have a worthwhile quality.
I seem to have struck a slightly maudlin note here, probably a by-product of being laid low with early onset hay fever or the chest infection which is apparently going round, either way it seems to be effecting my concentration at the moment.
I may have to take to my bed if these symptoms persist, although my wife keeps insisting I work through the pain, which is quite ridiculous, for if I could do that I would be a woman and would be volunteering to have the babies.
Having been shamed by my wife I have decided to take her advice and work through the pain, although I’m going to need a considerable dose of pain killer and having looked on the side of the side of the packet of lager it seems to prescribe six cans for the initial dose followed by more if the pain persists.