I took an hiatus because Facebook has kept my friends from seeing most of my updates. I would write several updates in at least four hours and they see like one I posted two hours ago to my most recent. Everything in between is unseen and I felt invisible. I had a friend who deactivated her account because she found out that the CEO of Facebook is censoring conservative posts and selling our interests to companies. This is why we see so many sponsored posts. Even post that doesn't interest us. I got so tired of it that I just wanted a break. I also wanted a break because my readers group seem to be asleep. Even when I tag people do they all respond?
I have been updating A Second Chance at Love, This is a story about a woman who had given up on love and whose attitude is a real turn off for people because of past hurts. She adopted a cynical attitude. She is also crippled and it had gained the attention of a wealthy businessman who would like to not only make her a model(He can transform with disabilities) but his wife as well. One of his employees happens to be a former lover named Carliano who goes by Carliano. But Marge is not ready to date again. She needs God to heal her, but in order for that to happen, she needs to find her way back to him and only one woman who can do that: Samantha Stevenson. The wealthy businessman ex-wife and a sister she never knew. This woman shows up most often when her ex-husband sends his men to invite Marge to a two years contract and it baffles not only his three men, but himself as well. After Marge resigned, she had no place to go. No one will take her in because of her attitude. She gets her car back from the shop and she is ready to leave. This is where Samantha comes in. And it is Samantha who will help Marge find Jesus again and reunite her with Carliano.
In my previous version, Marge has a male friend, but I've doing some thinking. How can a cynical woman have a male friend? I had decided that Sam shall be Shelly and she plays an important part, but not as much as a voice in the story. In fact, I like this Shelly and I hope you do to.
I'm not sure when this story will be published. I haven't met or found an editor who will work with me and consider my circumstances. But I will keep you posted.