Though it taxed my little brain to its limit, although I had to have someone else do the Ebook formatting, I was finally able to get the second of my three previously published novels onto Amazon's Kindle.
The first is: "The Climbing Boy:" The story of the nineteenth century, six year old child that was illegally sold into London's brutal chimney sweeping trade. "The Climbing Boy," so I've been told, could easily become a new Christmas classic and is now Kindle priced at $2.95.
And, "Becoming": Beginning in Chicago, Illinois in the mid-thirties and ending in New York City in the mid-fifties that... Maybe the best way to describe "Becoming" is the jacket copy which, in part reads:
“Do you remember the first time you inhaled a cigarette? Your first swallow of hard liquor? The thrill of the first exploration of the body of your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife… your own body? Your first orgasm? Remember when as a people we loved America, and showed it? Then you might be ready for a nostalgic, funny, romantic, sexually frustrating novel. A novel that may remind many of us of ourselves, “way back then,” when God’s most mysterious creation was the opposite sex. A novel about life and the often funny, sometimes sad, day-to-day things that stir the memories of our lives…”