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Part 4 of The Supermarket Guy

Part 4 of The Supermarket Guy 1 st draft is now 58 % completed. This one does live up to the others in humor content, and will be the largest volume of the series so far.

This is probably due to the problems I have had in finding the time to produce it, with family issues and what not, but on the other hand it led to a slower production of this book, which created probably a Part 4 and a little of another book all in one.

Slower production usually means a better product out of the gate. Better reading. Better humor. Maybe this fall it could be sent to production, which takes 4 months to create from then.

We will see how it all goes. I have been making sure the links to different chapters do stick together well, and that the spell checking is great, and that the grammar is good too.

I had an idea for the front cover. The nemesis playing basketball dressed in his golden suit. Leaping up towards a hoop. He has something round in his hands. It's not a basketball, but a new product of his. The main character suffering under the elements of the villains wrath will be clearly shown.

Will he survive this one? Maybe I want to put an end to the series. Maybe the main character does die in this one. One can only keep it going on for so long. What do you think?

Did you ever read a book with different endings in it?  Maybe that is the way I should go too...

Till next time..


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