Sunday, June 10, 2012

Moving on with my writing goals

Looking into the Distance
Shiretoko National Park, Hokkaido, Japan

I've had a good time doing book reviews on Tostada Speaks over the past couple of years, and dong commentary before that. But my primary purpose as a writer is to write books. So, as of this date, Tostada Speaks is closed. I simply must focus my energy on the books I am writing and plan to write.

Right now I'm working on a children's novel about a 9-year-old boy and his dog. The novel is set in the Alki neighborhood of Seattle, Washington where I grew up. (I didn't grow up in the Alki neighborhood, but I got to know it very well. I grew up in the California and Admiral Way neighborhood which is up on top of the hill.  

I appreciate each and every one of you who has been following Tostada Speaks. I still have a public voice on my blog on my website, And, yes, "geoge" is spelled incorrectly, but that's the way I have it, and it will get you there. I've been blogging there about once a month on various topics related to writing, so drop on over.

You'll also find news about my books and other writings I've published over the last few years.

Thank you once again for your loyalty. I appreciate each one of you. Enjoy all your days.   

George Polley, aka Jorge Tostada

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