There will be no long form blog this week. With Labor Day weekend mixed with family events and some personal problems that need to be handled immediately, I can not put the time into the research that is needed to write something semi-intelligent. Here are just a couple of quick updates.
My book has reached 180 pages. It should only be another 30 to 40 until the book is finished. Even though I am going to create an author’s page with Goodreads and Kindle, I intend on releasing the book at a bargain basement price with the goal of it going free to purchase after the initial release. An author instructed me on this money-making tool through his release of free mini e-books on his website using referral and advertising links. Since the creative world seems to be heading in this direction with all industries, I have decided to jump on this free e-book train instead of writing a long novel. The novel will be purchasable as a whole for a set price. Or people can download each chapter (There will be ten of them) individually and read the PDF file with referral and sponsored links inside the article. In the future, it will be much easier to release content in 10-to-20-page articles than committing myself to a full-blown novel. This is a transition that will also occur on my website in 2022. So stay tuned for this!
With vaccine mandates popping up inside my home state of California, I had to explore “exemption” options for my daughter at UC Irvine as well as for myself at my current job. This research takes time, effort, and a little bit of a financial commitment. Since my daughter is 23 and recovered from a COViD-19 infection in a 24 hour timeframe months ago, the chances of the vaccine being more harmful than the actual disease is very possible. So we are exploring our legal options to get out of this controversial and quite damaging vaccine.
I intend to return next week with a blog on the NFL followed shortly after with Part 5 of my education series on the damaging Critical Race Theory curriculum which is destroying our future generation of college graduates. Until then, have a good week!
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