How do you write humour when horrofic acts take place in the world or even during personal setbacks? It’s not easy. You experience pain as result of these events but you carry on. It’s part of the human spirit. Eventually you can smile and even laugh again. Most of us watched in horror people jumping off the World Trade Centre buildings. It felt like the world we lived in would never be the same again. Yet somehow we were able to get back to our normal lives. My heart goes out to the victims and the families of the Nice attack. The images of the dead on the street and others fleeing the scene in panic will not be forgotten. That was just a week after a sniper shot at Dallas police killing five. This week I completed Chapter 4 of LOVED MARS, HATED THE FOOD. As for the manuscript of THE ROAD AHEAD, I sent two more query letters to literary agents and recieved no responses (i.e., rejections).