I’ve been off the “grid” for a while because I have recently changed jobs. I am currently a teacher of family medicine. Just a few short months ago I was in a busy practice seeing about 100 patients a week. Now I work with family practice residents and medical students to help them learn what they need to know when they go into the “world” to practice medicine.
I am loving every minute of my new position but it takes some getting used to. I miss my former patients but am getting to know some new ones. I still see patients some days but most of the time I am teaching.
This transition has affected my time for writing. I have had to develop different habits and different practices. My commute to work is longer so I have a little less time to write each day. I have begun to get used to it but this has slowed my writing. I have just finished the first draft of a new novel “ICE CRISIS” and hope to publish it by mid –winter or early spring.
On the other hand, my new position has allowed me to serve on the disaster preparedness committee at my new hospital. Some of the things I have been involved with there have helped me develop the idea for a new Jack Sharp Novel. The working title is “Ransom.”
As much as I have enjoyed writing “Ice Crisis” with new characters and an amazing plot, I am happy to be back to writing about Dr. Jack Sharp. I hope you will stand with me in this new endeavor and stand with me to produce this addition to the series. Watch for my new novels on Amazon and on my Twitter page @scottmcphersonmd.
While you wait for my new offerings, if you haven’t read all of the Jack Sharp Novels, go online and purchase Congo Mission, A Step Ahead of Death, and Witness in the Window, The Jack Sharp Series.
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