Wednesday, December 31, 2014

New Year: 2015: New beginnings.

Well 2014 has departed. May 2015 prove to be an improvement.

First of, I have started the New Year with my first post to the new Kurt's Frontier site on Wordpress. After Melissa Frye announced the Invincible Love of Reading would be going dormant due to health issues, was bummed. I had come to enjoy doing a review blog. I considered spinning Kurt's Frontier off, but I don't know much about html or coding. People began suggesting wordpress, and Melissa pointed me in that direction as well. My first review was Search for the Star Stones, by the late Andre Norton. I used another of my favorites The Forerunner Factor to be my inaugural review when I started with Invincible Love of Reading, so there is a certain amount of symmetry to it.

The New Year also finds my with my second novel in the Dreamscape Warriors series in production at Tate Publishing and Enterprises. This one is called Promise of Mercy. We are going through edits of the the first draft of the third book. I am actively working on two other books in that universe.

In the Spring Semester of 2015, I know I will be teaching Introduction to Anthropology at Manchester Community College in New Hampshire. I am waiting to see if enough people signup to take Introduction to Archaeology.

Things may not go as expected, but we have to remain confident as we walk into the New Year. 2015 is a blank slate, hence full of possibilities. Let's keep our eyes open and be ready to spring when opportunity knocks.

Wishing everyone the very best.

Happy New Year.


  1. Happy New Year Kurt! Good for you! It sounds like you have a lot of irons in the fire as usual. I wish you happiness and much success. :)

  2. It sounds as though we have a similar outlook on life Kurt. Life is all about possibilities, and I often say "If it's to be, it's up to me!"

    If I were in New Hampshire, I'd come sign up for your Anthropology course. I did take an intro course in that subject, but that was years ago!

    Actually, one of the principles I discuss in my inspirational parable "Creating Wealth From Scratch" is precisely that opportunity surrounds us every moment of every day. We need to keep our mind open to the possibilities, and take consistent action when opportunities present themselves. Make use of leverage (it's all around you), allow time for your efforts to compound, and don't eat your profits too soon!

    I wish you all the best in 2015! Make it an outstanding year!