A drawing of my character, 11-year-old Miles #discoverpressgram
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So, I’m finally unveiling my latest creation, my second book this year to come out.
“22 Life Lessons for Personal Growth” is a series of life stories told by my 11-year-old cartoon character, Miles Cooper, and I.
Throughout the book, I cover bullying and how I came out of the “bullied” mindset, building of confidence and much more.
The book is now available for pre-order and shall be available for purchase and delivery to you in November.
Tell EVERYONE, and I mean, EVERYONE! I could use your support.
Check this book out by clicking the link here.
It has been several days since I actually posted here on my blog. Mainly because I’ve been focusing on finishing up the book.
I now sit just say of 30,000 words and that is not all! I’m incredibly close to the 50,000 word goal and I intend to reach that goal by the end of the week!
In the mean time, I intend to continue writing and on my free time watch the series, “Cedric.” I got an interesting article coming up for that!
Day 12, 63 pages and 13, 469 words of manuscript so far on the book. I am pushing right along and spending some long days and late nights writing the book. I got a lot more to put into it but I have a whole month to make this thing happen! I am confident that this book will be done very, very soon.
Today, I actually wrote from my favorite local coffee shop. I chose to just hang out and write for a few hours.
To add, I have been talking to different people and getting people very excited about this latest book. It is geared towards kids and adults as I share some personal experiences and life lessons. Topics covered are things like bullying, friendship, identity, love and being different and so much more.
I’ll keep you guys updated as things go forward!
In the mean time, I have been catching some AWESOME cartoons on the air. I’m so excited to see that Digimon: Digital Monsters is back on the air with an all new series known as “Digimon Fusion.” The first episode aired not too long ago on Nickelodeon and it is pretty good so far.
And then there’s the Disney Channel series “Wander over Yonder.” It took a moment to get used to it, but, I must say this series is hilarious. I’ll keep an eye on both of these shows as the episodes unfold.