Love Is Forever is my first attempt at writing fiction, and I decided to use the novel as my venue. Having been an accounting instructor in the Alabama Post-Secondary School System for the past 27 years, I’m much more comfortable with numbers than words.
Since retiring, I’ve decided to branch out and become the student once again with you, the reader, as my instructor. Writing the rough drafts of the chapters is exciting. You can let your imagination go wherever you like; however, the editing process is a different story. I find that part excruciatingly boring. What should take 30 minutes to review ends up taking 90 and on and on . . . . Did I say I dislike this part of the process? Please review my work and give me feed back – the good, the bad, and the ugly.
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