Thanks for the kind words and encouragement. I cannot remember specifically the part you are talking about regarding "stride" I will look back and find it. My next novel takes place on the coast of Maine. Once finished I plan a part 2 of Sibanda.tim416, I purchased a paperback version several months ago. I purposely saved it to read while in my deer blind. I thought the book was very well written. The plot was very plausible which made it that much more interesting. My only question for you was the "length of stride" for an elephant. If my memory serves me correctly it is considerably less that what was stated.
When will you be finished with your next book? Will it involve Africa and Hunting?
I promise the next one will not long in coming. Thanks for the compliment and so glad you enjoyed it.hi tim my copy turned up and read it in day and a bit. those photographic clients.............serious mix of complications........oh yeah nearly forgot i enjoyed it ..but as others have said maybe 800 pages in future ......
Thank you so much for the kind words. Glad you enjoyed it. My second book should be out by April. I will be sure to keep you all posted on AH.Tim,
I finally got a minute to read your novel! Excellent read, I really enjoyed it. Looking forward to the next one!
greyfox. Thanks for the kind words and glad you enjoyed the read.I read it this week, NOT being critical - there's a few typos, and tactical blunders, but a great read and I can certainly see that happening in many countries throughout the world. Not to give anything away.