Angel on the Hill: 9/11/2020

Before I begin, I would like to take a moment to pay my respects to the many men, women, and children who have suffered the fate of death by some of the most evil individuals on the planet. I know that most organisms want to dominate their environment, but humans have taken it too far. Instead of focusing on defending pieces of land, why can’t we all just live in peace and harmony?

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Now, I am proud to state that I have finished my new children’s story, Angel on the Hill. It’s going to be published tomorrow, but I won’t officially advertise it until Sunday, as that is when my initial promotion of five free days will begin. It’s a nice little story, and I hope you will like it.

I’m resuming my work on Source, the next novel. It’s going to be both a beast of a book, and a bi**h to write. Five different storylines right now exist. I’m making it easier on myself by writing one view at a time. I’m being careful to avoid both continuity errors and plot holes. This should be fun.

I do have many stories in my head, with most of the topics written for reference. I’m not going anywhere anytime soon. Some of my older stories are all over the place, but I am noticing the improvement. Just writing and reading more help to keep me in line. I do need to remember that I still have real-world responsibilities, though. I’m not yet completely lost.

Be safe out there, and remember: not everything is what it seems.

–Dakota Matos, published author

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