Three Hoodies Save the World

Constant moaning and whinging about everything

I’ve finally done it and I’m depressed – ish

After a lot of work, more often than not at times when I should have been doing the actual job which pays my bills, I’ve finished the final novels which (that?) comprise my three trilogies.

I finished the final Three Hoodies novel over a year ago, so my claim is not entirely truthful, but Progeny of Kongomato and Old Geezers 3 (no subtitle yet) are finally done. Ten years of work finished. Here are the covers I originally designed but almost certainly will not use.

I plan (hope) to publish all three at the same time later this year.

Geezers35Progeny 9hood34

Which leaves me a bit of a problem. Tablets are terrific for writing but absolutely rubbish for editing. Does that mean I’ll actually have to do the work for which I’m paid, and then do my editing when I get home each night? Because if that’s the case prepare to see all three approximately Jan 2020.


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