Happy New Year

2019 is here at last! I hope everyone had a good New Years Eve however you might have celebrated. We celebrated at home, just me, my wife, and son. We did what we usually do for New Years Eve, we recapped the previous year then had a lighted ball drop in our den in front of the Christmas tree. This year we did something a little different and substituted a lighted starburst that we picked up during the year at the Incredible Christmas Place in Pigeon Forge, TN. If you’re curious and want to see what we do, this video should be out on my son’s website, www.tjelevatorfan.com sometime later tonight or tomorrow. You can also see ball drops from previous years on that site as well.

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2018 has been a pretty fun and eventful year for us. The second volume of the Foggy Point Light Trilogy was released early in the year and I’ve been busy working on the third volume, Project Vortex. That one’s coming along well and should be released in late Spring of this year. A lot of the first part of this one takes place in the future, so you’ll get to see a lot of the characters that you’ve come to know in the previous two volumes as much older. It also introduces many new characters as well, many who are children and grandchildren of characters in the previous volumes.

We’re actually planning a trip up north sometime this year, probably in the Spring, where we’ll be going to Pennsylvania. There are several good lighthouses that we’re planning on stopping at along the way as well, so stay tuned for that. Hopefully there will be some that I’ll get to climb. That’s always a fun part of visiting them. I’ll plan on posting some videos from that trip on the Foggy Point Light YouTube Channel.

I’ll close this post with a sincere Happy New Year to all of my readers.  Thanks for coming along with me, Dan, and all of the others as we continue to explore the mysteries of Foggy Point Light.

Author: Foggy Point Light

My name is Jeff Burns, and I'm the author of the Foggy Point Light Trilogy. I grew up in Easley, South Carolina and later attended Furman University in Greenville. My major was in computer science, which has served to allow me the ability to create the website for Foggy Point Light Publishing LLC. Growing up, my family and I took many trips down to the North Carolina and South Carolina coast where I was able to climb to the top of several of the lighthouses there and experience the view from the top. I currently reside in Charlotte, NC with my wife and son where I enjoy collecting miniature lighthouses as well as being an active amateur radio operator..

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