Seasons of Imagination

Trent

Coming soon!

Trent P. McDonald’s “Seasons of Imagination” contains an eclectic mix of stories covering many places, times and even different genre, yet they all hold one thing in common, they are all about people.

Be they silly, serious or speculative, all of the stories are about us.  What makes us tick?  Why do we say the things we do?  Why do we react as we do?

So whether it seems the stories are exploring outer or inner space, in reality they’re always exploring the human space.

Here is an invitation to open the page and come with me to explore the

Seasons of Imagination

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And then there is this:
A stroll through my mind
In hot dry hope
Or cool damp fear
Different ages and
Various thoughts
Throughout the year
I don’t have a favorite
I love them all
Winter, spring, summer and fall
I live my life
For these
Seasons of Imagination

It will be here very, very soon.  Look for the cover reveal next!

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Thanks! I don’t know how much success there will, but sure. I have two novels written with one having gone through about 4 or 5 versions that I want to get out too. With the first one maybe close to the end of the year.

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  4. sherloque

    By the way you are registered with google+ but there’s nothing to see in your account. I used to use FaceBook to let people know about a publication. I find that google+ is now more efficient. Just my humble opinion.

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Hi Frankie. I really don’t use Google+ much, and when I do I use it with my “social media” email address – trentpmcd-at-gmail.com. All of my social media stuff goes to that address – hundreds, sometimes thousands of emails a day – so I rarely look at it. All of my blog posts go there. I think I’m connected with a dozen people there, at the most…. I look at Facebook daily, but about all that goes there are my blog posts. Same with Twitter – I stopped even looking at Twitter (I hate it) but my blog posts go there. Yep, I know in this age of using social media for self-promotion I am failing ;)

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