Posts have been pretty sparse on this blog these past few months. I’m not neglecting the blog though. Actually, I’m putting quite a bit of energy into the subject because I’m moving right along on the book on hunger: “Unworthy Hungry”.
Books simply take many, many more hours than we ever dream they will. For months, I’ve spent most of my days and evenings focused on the book.
I really learned my lesson on “A Healer’s Handbook”. That book has been out several weeks. It’s available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The paper version is available at thurmangreco.com. And…it’s still in a pre publishing stage. If you get a book now, you’ll receive one of the first copies of this book.
Hundreds, no, thousands of person hours go into a book which gets chosen in about a minute and a half in a book store.
That being said, I’m really focused on having a copy of “Unworthy Hungry” available for you in less than a year.
This book is fairly complicated…because hunger is not a simple subject. Right now, it looks as though it’s going to be available in two different books with two different titles. I’m still searching for a title for the second book which is emerging. Right now, it’s looking like it’s going to be called “Hungry and the Heart”.
Meanwhile, if I had to give this project a score, I’d say it’s about 87% finished!
Wish me luck!
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