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What happens after a series is completed?

"The Supermarket Guy" could go on forever. But, I only have the room for a Part 4, and a Part 5. If I am lucky enough to make it that far. It all depends on how successful Part 3 is, which is to be released this October sometime.

Then there is room for a book of the main characters funny poems. I was thinking then of writing about a type of strongman who lives on the street, when a mob enters in and tries to take over his block.

Then there was room for a personality of sorts. A main character who is all self centered, so to speak. Another humor book, waiting to be unleashed.

Then room for another book, about a lady who gives her husband a hard time over her passion or thinking in life.

That is 6 volumes of books, I could write. But, it all depends on how well Part 3 does... If sales are flat, then so is my pen. It is fine, as I will try to open up a business of sorts in another field... We can never stop moving, or dreaming, even if we fail..

Of course, "The Supermarket Guy" could go on, and on, and on. But you can only stretch that stuff out so far, I believe. If a writer gives his series many years of space, I think it can be done. More volumes can be written, but if it becomes saturated, then it is better to finish it off well before it goes completely sour..

Till next time..


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This time I finally won an award... On my second try to another contest...

Would like to thank New Apple Literary for chosing "The Supermarket Guy" # 1 in their Humor Category for their 2017 Ebook summer reading contest!

Here is the link to view :

Very thankful, and surprised, as usual the last few months have been relatively hard on my writing time. I had entered the book in another contest, but this contest seemed to place my book at # 1.

When I went to visit the award winners list, I ultimately did not expect to see my name up there... At all. This was an incredibly, splendid surprise, and it does provide me with enough boost to finish Part 5 of "The Supermarket Guy"

Everyone needs some good news every now and then. And I truly hope whoever reads this, that you out there, can get some good news too!

Thanks to the fans, and readers, for following, and reading.