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No Internet Connection

No Internet Connection

No Internet Connection

I really want to apologise to all the people I work with on the Internet for letting them down so often this week, but my Internet connection has been shockingly bad. One bad day is unusual, but this is the fourth in a row and it is driving me insane. It was all right late last night when I went to bed, and this morning when I got up at five, but by ten the Internet connection was struggling again and was down before midday.

I managed to re-edit and republish three more books in that time including putting them on Kobo and GooglePlay. My goal is four or five a day, so not good. I would have liked to finish before NaNoWriMo started, but that looks unlikely now.

In my ‘down time’, I started to proofread Lek 6. I would like to get the first reading out of the way before NaNoWriMo too, which will give me twenty-one days to read and edit it again before it has to be handed over to Kindle to comply with the conditions of being able to set up pre-orders. So far, only one person has pre-ordered. Thank you, Glyn! Although I know that others are waiting for the paperback version before they buy.

Does anyone actually use, read or sell, on Kobo or GooglePlay? If so, please let me know, because I don’t know anyone personally. However, I am doing all this work and neither of them has sold a book for me this month yet. I find it very discouraging and coupled with the lack of an Internet connection, downright soul-destroying.

Gail’s mother has come up from Bangkok to visit her daughter. It is always nice to see her and even better to watch them together. Kook can’t get here every month, but it is amazing that Gail remembers her at her very young age. It is so true that a girl and her mother have a very special bond.

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All the best.

Owen

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