Oh, What A Year 2016 Was…

A Recap

PROJECTS IN 2016 (see details below):

What Now Lieutenant - front cover 10-6-2016COVER CONCEPT 01 - Sea Detail - A Naval Officer's Voyage - by William D SullivanTil the End - A Novel by Joseph Patrick With Dennis LoweryCover Concept - Senator Larry Pressler - An Independent Mission to Save Our DemocracyOne of Those Hot Texas Nights - A Vignette by Dennis LoweryThe Crossing - Short Fiction by Dennis LoweryOne Summer Night - Flashfiction by Dennis LoweryWhat You Can See Through Broken Glass - Short Fiction by Dennis LoweryThe D'Arkane Files Book One by Dennis Lowery


  • Now in final editing phase: co-developing/co-writing for publication Spring 2017: a 55,000 word nonfiction book (of contributor chapters) on amazing women entrepreneurs, with a token man’s story for good measure. 😉
  • Finished co-development and re-writing/editing assistance for a 206,830 word memoir with 279 pictures (private publication/legacy version, commercial version to come). Proof review copies printed and in hand December for pre-publication final edits/revisions, to publish in 2017.
  • Contributed to and published a 36,683 word self-help guide/book.
  • Finished co-development, re-writing and editing of a memoir of 73,128 words and 32 pictures, published in early 2017.
  • Co-developed, wrote and published a 50,711 word novel set in Vietnam.
  • Edit assistance and published ‘SEA DETAIL’ a memoir of 180,789 words with 26 pictures.
  • Co-developed, wrote and published the 58,227 word novel ‘Till the End.’
  • Finished development, re-writing and published ‘Climbed the Hill,’ a 127,270 word memoir with 42 pictures.
  • Published ‘Christian’s World’ an artist’s book of over 230 drawings covering his career.
  • Published ‘Senator Pressler | An Independent Mission to Save Our Democracy.’


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