Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Just To Keep My Hand In


Having nothing better to do while I await the Cowboy game on Sunday, I decided to go through my hard disk and see what's there. In my Personal folder, I found the manuscript of a talk I gave to the North and South Carolina ENT Association not long after the death of my first wife. I recall that the person issuing the invitation had experienced a loss similar to mine, so I said, "Yes." The topic I chose was Navigating the Speed Bumps of Life, and the talk (which was copied into my Personal folder) had what I thought was some good stuff in it--so I decided to post it for anyone who needed my thoughts on the subject.

Long story short (and it's too late for that), I found that it was too long for a post but made a nice little Amazon Kindle booklet. So, in case any of you are interested in reading my thoughts, you can find it here. Just wanted to keep my hand in, while awaiting the final, final, final edits of my latest novella. 

See you Friday, with some words about writing.

3 comments:

Patricia Bradley said...

Got it! I'll read it tonight before I go to bed. I figure it's something I need to read. :-/

And I can't wait for your next story to come out!

Priscilla Bettis said...

I came back last night from visiting your beautiful state. The Cowboys played pretty well Sunday. I think it was a nice idea to take you speech and turn it into an Amazon booklet. Good luck with your novella edits!

Richard Mabry said...

Priscilla, hope you enjoyed your time in Texas. And I'm getting started on what I hope will be the final edits of my novella--thanks for your wishes of good luck.

Patricia, don't know if it's something you need to read, but I do hope you find it beneficial.