I just looked at the calendar and realized that it was already more than halfway through August. How exactly did that happen? I swear yesterday was the last day of school.
As usual, I’ve got tons of projects happening and wonder how I’m going to keep spinning all the plates and juggling all the balls.
To help us all keep track, I just sent out my summer newsletter with updates. If you don’t subscribe (*gasp* is that possible?) you can click here or in the sidebar and sign up. Why would you want to do that? Well, I have some special exclusive goodies planned in the coming year for all my subscribers. You can check out the Summer 2015 Newsletter here.
In addition to writing, I’ve been working on some projects to make it easier for readers to get hold of my books. I’m working with some new distributors now, so you can find my books in more places, including:
Even better, I now have a storefront at Gumroads so that you can buy books direct from the source. Cutting out the middle man is good for all of us, especially since I can offer all three ebook formats (pdf. epub and kindle) together for the price of a single file elsewhere. Check it out here:
My ‘Buy Books’ page has been updated to reflect all the new links now, so you can easily find my books at your favorite retailers.
And speaking of books…what’s coming up? Well a bunch of things! With all the traveling and craving something to read that I could finish by the end of the car/train/plane ride, I’ve been bitten by a short story bug. So I’ll be releasing a number of short stories and short story anthologies in the next several months. Subscribers can get a taste with A Preference for Ginger that will be released on its own and as part of the first anthology next month.
But never fear! I still dream up stories in 100K word chunks! I won’t neglect long form works! Mrs. Drummond’s School for Girls will be wrapping up on-line soon, which means it will be time for editing. I plan to release it at the end of 2015 or beginning of 2016. In the mean time, I am starting to ponder the next tale of the Bennet sisters late of Rosings Park. Next up, I think will be Mary, in The Heir of Rosings Park.
Think I’ve got enough on my plate? Nah, ‘course not!