Knowing When to Quit a Story

Hopefully that is not the end to my story, but I do think it’s a great place to end that story. It’s time to package it in manuscript form and see if we have a reasonable book here. There were so many things that I got to share that I was never allowed to say and I am appreciative of that. I do want to thank those of you who offerred content and editorial suggestions; they were invaluable.

On a personal note I’m thinking of calling this book “Breakfast for My Mother”. I think that encompasses the setting and at the same time gives a tremendous amount of insight in to whom the author is speaking. We’ll see. I’ll keep you posted.

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