THE BEST DECISION


Towards the end of last year I was involved in looking at the proofs of ‘Split Decision’ as I mentioned at the time.  The water running under that bridge ran into a few obstructions, and it is only this week that the flow has been completely cleared.

Thus, South African readers now have the pleasure of knowing that prints in this country are live and running.

In the latest review (one by UK radio, TV and sports personality Jack Woodward) it says,  ‘In fact, reading Split Decision is the best decision you can make.’ Just what I stated last year! So what are you waiting for?

In the interests of public health and safety, though, I am wondering whether to include a complimentary box of tranquilizers with each copy, bearing the instruction ‘TAKE TWO BEFORE OPENING COVER’. Nerves, heartbeat and fingernails  all tend to take a hammering.

Survivors do state, after they get their breath back, that they really enjoyed the ride.

© March 2018 Colonialist 
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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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5 Responses to THE BEST DECISION

  1. gipsika says:

    Reblogged this on the red ant and commented:
    A great read by a dynamic author. Thank you, Col, for pulling off the South African end of this project!

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  3. If the contents are as good as the cover should be a good read.

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  4. colonialist says:

    Reblogged this on Leslie Hyla Winton Noble and commented:
    A reversal of my previous action in posting here and reblogging under Colonialist. More correct, perhaps, because this is not a book I have authored personally. I am acting as an agent for P’kaboo in publishing locally.P.S. I see that Colonialist is the primary post whichever blog I start on

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