With relief, enthusiasm, and sheepishness, I announce that more chapters are now on-line in my serialization of Was It A Rat I Saw, my psychological thriller involving real-life split brain research, animal rights, and a love quadrangle.
I’m making progress – a mere 70 hardcover pages left to re-type! – but am way behind my original self-imposed deadline to digitize this novel. Hence the sheepishness.
Do not be misled by the photo. There are no sheep in Was It a Rat I Saw although I do have great fondness for sheep. In fact, my daughter’s first word was “Baaa.” We were visiting a farm at the time.
Was It A Rat I Saw was previously published in hardcover by Bantam-Doubleday-Dell. For the first time, I’m publishing it electronically, first as a serial and then as an e-book.
Here are some Rat Reviews on Goodreads.
My son’s first word was “quack” and my daughter’s was “duck.” Not that anyone asked…
Hmm. I wonder how common that is, for animal words to be baby’s first.