American Politicians spend too much time raising money. They don’t have time to make good policy, or to care how it affects us.
If I want to spend more time writing, I am going to have to figure out how to sell my book, but if I spend my time selling it, I won’t have time to write. One of the things I like to do is make up new words. There are a few in my book. Today I want to introduce you to the word conundrumnal, because this problem of having to spend time selling books and not being able to write them is conundrumnal. I’m not saying this is original thought, but I don’t see that word in use. Certainly not in dictionaries.
My book is now in the Catalogue at Amazon, and you can get a print copy at Createspace, which means I can officially stop calling myself a Writer and start calling myself an Author if I feel like it. It might be a little pretentious, but probably not presumptuous. It would be pretentious to call myself an author if I started referring to myself as such before at least selling a thousand books. You get the point though. I wrote a book, seventy two thousand plus words.