Church youth group meetings. High School graduation parties. Covering for a sick boss. Blind Dates. TV interviews. Defacing trees. Fears. Celebrations. Calvin and Hobbes. Initials on a covered bridge. Minding your own business when suddenly…
THIS IS GOING ON YOUR PERMANENT RECORD!
What do all these events have in Common? They are part of your Permanent Record—your legacy. And, some moment or day it will all come back to you—maybe so you understand, and can you can explain … to Peter, as he escorts you to see “The Boss.”
There are always transgressions, and after each…were you just a victim of circumstances?
But, Wait, Wait… There’s More To The Story… that defines your legacy and what you leave and pass on.
Indeed—Life Goes On.
From the charming author of Nothing Special—Just A Life comes his second book — an irreverent, sarcastic, mind-bending, and thoughtful look at legacy, and the stories and secrets, and the consequences of them, hiding in your Permanent Record; A record you will have to discuss, someday, with… “The Boss.”
Life (and writing) Go On
Writing is weird. I have been amid final edits to my book. I have spent time on my website and getting email set up and marketing aspects - lots of back office items
I have neglected a lot, including communicating with my publisher and other contacts. It's been two weeks. I will address that problem tomorrow.
I have to spend some time getting ready for a workshop this coming weekend at the University of Iowa Writers Festival. I need to schedule a few other sessions.
Then, I've started to work on my second book, again. I've already done work on it, including
Lost in a Stereotypical World
It is unusual for me to head off to the airport and get on a non-stop flight to major cities. Most of the traveling I do by air takes me to smaller towns not reached with a direct flight from my home base in Iowa. So, unless I am heading off to Chicago, Detroit, Denver, or a few other cities, I spend a lot of time at these Hub airports. I sit there waiting to make connections for flights to my final destinations.