March has been a month for practicing gratitude: for the gift of unemployment, which has meant time to write; for this writing life; for the support of family, friends, and felines; and for you readers out there, who are the other half of the writing equation. Leviathan is off with its editor and I am 3/4 of the way through revising my poor neglected novel and remembering all that I loved about it. It is an overdue reconciliation. My head, as usual, is bursting with story stuff and I would like about three clones, please: I’m guessing two more to help get all this stuff out of my head and a third one to earn a paycheck … Yep, I think three would do the trick.
FOGcon was a great, exhausting whirlwind as the best cons are. If you had more questions about my panels, my reading, or if I just shot past you in the hall, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m always happy to keep the conversation going.
In Leviathan news: to ramp up for the release I’m serializing Harkworth Hall on Radish, so if you have an account there do check it out! I had to break up a couple of chapters to conform to their suggested lengths, but I think it still works out to be less $$$ than the ebook, and you’ll be able to read it in that nice clean Radish format.
And the Leviathan cover is coming, though newsletter folks will get to see it first. Which means it’s an excellent time to sign up! —>