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The Supermarket Guy 5 progress report

Anybody who believes that last post I put down there must be more funny than I am...
Part 5 is over halfway done, or nearly 2/3 rds done.

It deals more with the tough life of the superstar, parents who were not there for him, who had to rely on close family and friends, and his brawn, to get by in life...

This story is another sure fire hit. But, due to financial trouble in the stock markets, perhaps this book may just be another E book. It will be entered in other contests for humor, as the last book won a summer E Book contest, but this one, we will see how it goes...

You can never predict the outcome of a book like this. It is simple, going back to the beautiful, less stressful 70's. The humor is more of an insultive nature, which worries me perhaps, somewhat. Part 1 was somewhat of the same nature.

The cover is already halfway done. I got a drawing on my dresser, but may modify to create a more powerful presence on the cover.

The length of the book should be nearly the same as Part 1. But, if creative juices flow, it could be longer as I found it pretty easy with no deadlines to keep writing until I reach no end at all!

There is a strange irony to all my writings. Great ratings. Great rating from a totally independant review website. Then, a # 1 award from a summer E Book site for Best in Humor. I will finish this book, even if it is just an E book.

No doubt, E books are harder to market. They are harder to get people on the bandwagon, with over millions of E books out there with you, vying for that special attention that we need so much from you... Yes... From you...

Till next time...

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