I became a professional official in my fourth professional sport this weekend when I worked as a PGA official. The players were very humble and very good. The crowds were very respectful and the venue was incredibly beautiful. The view and the golf were spectacular.
Now that I have been an official for multiple professional sports and have been behind the scenes of each, I understand what a large operation it is to set up such events. This event, by far, was the largest organization of equipment and individuals, manpower and materials, I have ever seen in my life. Even when I was in the military I have not seen such an elaborate organization of resources. It was massive and impressive on every level and I am proud and fortunate to be a part of it. Everyone did a fabulous job.
When I published “Benedict Benedictus” on the worldwide Amazon Kindle store, not only was it my 19th novel that I have written and published, it was also a mile stone for me. With 19 total novels, not including screenplays and stage plays that I have written, I have published over 3,500 pages and over 680,000 words!
I currently am working on three other new novels that I will be publishing over the next few years. As my readership has grown global, covering all continents and over 60 countries, I am so humbled and overjoyed at the love my readers have shown me. My most recent letters and e-mails from readers expressed how my new book, “Benedict Benedictus” was both “very entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable.” Thanks again everyone for making all my writing worthwhile and rewarding!
I leave no carbon footprint when I mow my lawn since I use the old push mower that only cuts when I push. I use only my own muscle power. I use no fuels, no electricity, have no emissions, use no energy that has to be paid for or renewed by mining or otherwise. I don’t even create any noise pollution.
The only footprint I leave when I mow my lawn is from my combat boots that I got way back in Basic Training in the Air Force. And I even use the mulch of my cut grass to feed my lawn, so there is no need for bags or bagging. I encourage all of you to be green like me when you mow your lawn.
Now that my books have been translated into 47 languages, published and read on every continent (except Antarctica where there are no indigenous peoples), and purchased in over 60 countries worldwide, I can safely say I am Globally read!
The books sale stats I have taken from charts tracked by WordPress (blog), Google/Youtube and Amazon.
(Photo of my novels on my bookshelf at home are for promotional use; not for public sale).