Bradley | Jul 12, 2019 | 0
(Possible) Upcoming Books by Bradley Charbonneau
Now that we’ve got the heavy-hitting, deep-diving “Every Single Day” almost on the shelves …
It’s time for what’s next.
In putting together all of the sections of the ESD book, I came across all of these templated pages for elements I hadn’t really thought about. Preface, Afterword, etc. Then there was “Also by [this author]” and I thought … “Oooh, what’s next?”
Well, I know what’s next. But I took a little creative liberty and had fun with the page called “Also by [this author]” and added a “(Possible) Upcoming Books by Bradley Charbonneau.”
This is what happened.
A perfume, a silky scarf, a lover, a layered cake of extravaganza.
Rick & Liselotte meet through NaNoWriMo and agree to meet in Paris for the month of November to collaborate on a book. A romance. But they’re not going to be romantically involved. At least, that’s the opening scene. (co-writing with Lone Morch, who thought up that title, but I don’t really know what it means)
The Unknowing Majestic Mystic: Italy (UMM Book 1)
Do all superheroes start out like this? Meet Charlie Holiday.
The Unknowing Majestic Mystic: Holland (UMM Book 2)
Are there any positions open in the back office of Superheroes Inc.? This isn’t really working out.
The Unknowing Majestic Mystic: Thailand (UMM Book 3)
Wait, I’m able to do WHAT? OK, I’m in.
Pride: How to Write a Book Together with Your Kids—and Why you Should
Step 1: Write books together with kids. There is no Step 2.
The Procrastinator’s Workbook
A follow-up workbook to the Procrastination 101 Course … which hasn’t taken place yet either.
Li & Lu and the Secret of the Deep Fryer (Li & Lu Book 5)
Li & Li move to Europe where Lu has been collecting bad jokes while Li complains about Lu. (mystery / suspense / children’s / horror / fantasy / comedy / reality / documentary / confessional / autobiography / paranormal / etc.)
How to Raise Bilingual Kids with an iPad, a Burrito, and $286
Tip #42: Get ‘em while they’re young and can’t talk yet.
How to Move Your Entire Family to Europe in 412 Not-Always-Easy Steps
Step #289: Agree to fries as a daily staple.