I am wrapping up a companion book to How to be a Camgirl. If you don’t know what that is, it’s ok. We don’t judge here and I am not about to start. This book is called Camming for Couples.
While there are a few who will look down their nose at those who model, keep in mind that we all need to eat. With the virus morphing and changing, much like actors on a screen, they do what they do. It is my hope that this non fiction book can assist them in their vocation.
The editor has it now, and I still have to come up with a book cover.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of ‘two weeks to flatten the curve.’ What have you been doing with your time?
After I sent Camming for Couples off to the editor, I started a science fiction. The damned thing has a virus as part of the problem, which undoubtably is being done to death. So, why write it?
Unlike our predicament here on planet earth, which is ruled by imbecilic creatures that should be in those nursing homes, my virus is a bit player. Aliens are coming to the rescue. Providing the method to save our skins, they are only giving us a hint at how to live from here.
Two chapters in, stay tuned.
Why write it? Firstly, it is on my heart to write it. Secondly, it is therapy to write it. It amazes me just how many books have been written with the virus as the main bugaboo. When Epstein was big in the news, I wrote Schadenfreude which was a novel about sexual impropriety on an island.
You know he didn’t hang himself… I wonder what is to become of his girlfriend? I would love to interview her after the trial. Twenty-one days after we had minus 18.9 C today, we had 23.89 C. Yes, the air conditioner was switched on…
That is the way we roll here in Texas. From snow and ice to BBQ and Sunscreen.
Ok, back to my latest novel, I have aliens to seduce.
Much Love -TW