I’m back from WWC and still churning a few things over but it was a great experience – interesting panels (and I might have even said something useful on one or two!), a good reading for the Sirens launch, and some useful tips for everything from marketing to depicting gunshot wounds. Plus meeting lovely people and sampling Canadian beer. Which is pretty much all you can ask for from a con, and way more than I expected, especially with my particular cocktail of introversion and anxiety.
I also returned with a cold, but that goes with the territory. Oh, and I have had “Bohemian Rhapsody” as an earworm since Saturday, though I can’t for the life of me remember where I got it from. Some kind of late-night Internet grazing? I am remarkably susceptible to earworms (so much so I’ve thought about making them a recurring feature here, just to share the joy), and they make my insomnia bouts all the more entertaining, but this has been days now. Can’t we please change the record, brain?
One upshot from the con, and the simultaneous sale of Vacui Magia: it’s cemented my decision to pull the book from Kindle Unlimited at the end of the month. If you’ve already borrowed it, NO WORRIES: you’ll have the book in your library until you return it, whether it’s now or August 2017. If you were thinking of borrowing it, do so by August 30. Then you’ll have as long as you like to peruse. Sorry for the boldface but I know these would be my concerns if I was in your shoes, so I just wanted to make that clear.
And if you’ve avoided the Amazon beast until now, your time has come: I’m setting up my distribution channels and I might even look into selling epub copies here. Stay tuned.