I woke up this morning to find a fresh two inches on the ground with about three to four inches total. I knew this was coming so I got up around 3:15 am (EDST) so I could add some time for the bad roads. And man did I need it. Every road between home and the warehouse was choked with snow. The highways were fine, except for 224 between Canton Rd. (91) and Portage county line Rd which was covered in snow. My first twelve deliveries were a mix of snow covered and clear streets. By 9am (EDST) most of the streets I delivered to were clear.
A funny thing. I wrote a short story for Hub Pages, so I could put in a link to my first book on sale on Amazon. They accepted the story but removed my link even though I used a link module they provided. The trouble with a site like this is that while they say they are there to help you make money they are in fact there to just promote their advertising dollars. I would write more for them, but I just don’t like how they easily denied me access to the advertising money while they make money on my work. Now my work is crap, but it is my crap.
Speaking of my crappy work, I am posting the next part in the Magic series (the Akio, JT & Margret story line) here by 5pm (EDST). I also have a new part in the other story line but I want to take a look at it and just maybe rework it (I typed it as I watched the Super Bowl last night) so it meets my crappy standards. As of right now the magic series is the only active story line. I am trying to fix Book two in the Average All-American Killer Girl story, but I don’t think I will be publishing any of it anytime soon. My next goal is to go back to the west with Joleen Warren and restart with her by next week.
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Michael Collins is a Delivery Driver and an amateur writer living in Lakemore, Ohio
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