In a few minutes, the Dockland Murders series will be erased from my sales markets.
Beyond that, only three things will be certain 1- I won't delete Aliyah as I need to at least make enough to pay for the cover. 2- The Forgestriker series will remain as they are the only books that ARE selling. 3- I will stop writing, that's correct, after eight years I am done.
My friends tell me that I am very empathetic and perhaps I should have been a minister or a care worker. I wonder if this is why I was sent to Amport House alsdomain.weebly.com/at-the-blogstop/amport-house when I was in the Royal Air Force. I thought it was because my stories had scared people who cared about my mental health. Even at the age of 18, my stories were so good they could cause people to worry about me. One such story happened during my time at RAF Cosford, it was a Sunday and having nothing to do, I decided to go to Wolverhampton for the day.
Nobody in the room was awake when I got back from breakfast, so I walked to the nearest rail station as I arrived the train left, being riled I sat down and wrote a comical suicide note - not thinking anyone would read it - when I got back to the room in the evening there was a great relief as my friends hadn't seen me leave but had found the note I left; they thought I'd killed myself.
At the beginning of the year, I had given up hope of seeing a month with ten sales in, at the time I'd dropped my expectation to any sale was a big plus.
The thought that I'd see back-to-back months with ten sales was something I had put out of my thoughts as a dream from the past, but the last quarter has corrected that situation with back-to-back months with ten sales.