Friday, February 14, 2014

Wyoming a completed novel

It's finished.

Those words feel wonderful to me. I have completed my latest novel, Wyoming. It has turned out better than I could have ever imagined.

I disappeared during the final days--or was it months--of writing the final chapters of my book. I found that I really needed to dedicate myself more to the book, than putting up a post on my blog. You won't be disappointed, this is a fabulous novel.

What do aliens, Elvis, and God have in common? Find out in Wyoming!

The journey began a long time ago. I had an image of writing something about aliens years ago. I'm a fan of old horror movies, and one in particular always gave me goosebumps. For the life of me, I can't remember the name--some of those older movies kind of all mashed together into one in my head, but I loved them all no matter how corny they were.

I love visiting Wyoming. During one of my many drives out west, going through the desert areas and mountain regions of Wyoming with the gas pumps pivoting up and down, I imagined my story taking place. I am very pleased with the story, and I hope when you get the chance that you will as well.

By the way, I never thought of horror novels as being tear jerkers, but mine have evolved into something mixed with horror, adventure, and a love story that has brought a tear to my eyes on several occasions. I think this is what sets my books apart from so many others and I can't wait until my readers can get a copy of my book.


  1. Congratulations, George. I'm sure it is one that will go on my list to read. I love the photo you included. The clouds have a godly or alien quality to them. ^_^ Clouds always fascinate, like when I was a child, I look into them trying to see what shapes and figures I can find. It's good to hear from you. Hope you enjoy your weekend.

  2. Thank you Sherry, I took that photo during a trip in Wyoming near the Tetons. I remember how the clouds looked heavenly with the sun shining at just the right angle behind the mountains. I thought it was a perfect image for my book.

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