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Miscorrection: Arrogation

The writing of book 1, story 2 in the Miscorrection series is going well. I am hoping to have it up on Amazon for purchase by the end of June.

One of the fun parts about writing these stories is coming up with a title that is appropriate to the story. At the same time, I don't want it to sound too generic. The title of the current story is tentatively called Arrogation. It fits very well with the plot of the story. So if you look up the meaning of the word you may get an idea of what to expect.

Time is the biggest factor in completing the stories. I'll find that twenty minutes to a half an hour will go by and I have only written four to five paragraphs. So as busy as my life is, time is the limiting factor in getting the stories written. It's one thing to know what you are going to write and it's another thing actually doing it.

While sales of the first story are horrible, that part does not matter to me. I have this story I came up with and I am setting off to write it. Any money made out of it is just a side point.

If you get a chance, post in the comments what you think the tentative title Arrogation may mean for the upcoming story.


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