End of March Update…. posted in April… :)

First off, I NEVER would have guessed how difficult it is to work/type/use a computer with a cat… but whooo boy. Is it ever… I can’t keep Lord Bruno off my key board. (We should have named him Hemingway)

It’s my fault, because we can’t do anything ‘normal’, we have our two story house with a basement filled with three animals who don’t get along. On the top floor, with the bedrooms, is our Mastiff, Bear. On the middle floor, with our couches, is our Bull Mastiff, Roxy. And on the bottom floor, with my writing office, is Bruno. None of them get along, which means Bruno is usually lonely unless we come to the basement or when I come to write and he’s all over me with his purring, and cuteness, and little ‘love’? bites.

Second off, RAIDING PREHISTORIC is doing awesome.

I think we are at almost 70 reviews so far, and pulling a solid 4.7 last I looked, which is the highest of all of my books. (They are all 4.6 for some reason… I guess I’m pretty good at being consistent….)

The whole, ‘Best Seller/#1 New Release’ is over, but such is life. The glories of mankind are fleeting.

So, I’ll certainly take momentum. And man, it’s going awesome. I typically hit 100 reviews within 11-12 months, but this book has almost 70 reviews in a month and a half. WHOA. It’s nuts. You guys are awesome!

And the work continues on both book Five/Untitled and the WWII book continue.

Except for the last few weeks. I caught the norovirus which wiped me out. Then we had a couple weeks of a family emergency which is wrapped up now.

So the writing continues tonight, with Cato’s book.

Hope everyone had a glorious weekend, and let us face the coming work week with determination to work hard and get paid.


Author: Erik 'Tracer' Testerman

Erik Testerman is a Marine Corps grunt, a competitive shooter, and an admirer of fine arms and armaments. He lives in the mountains of North Carolina with his lovely wife, two rambunctious children, and a slobbery English Mastiff. To learn more about Erik Testerman and read samples of his work, visit http://GunPowderAndInk.blog

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