What I’ve been doing (and hope to do next)
First I want to thank everyone who has bought and read (or is reading) one of my books – I hope you’ll stop by and introduce yourselves and share your thoughts. I also want to thank my family for their support and feedback – my parents and my sisters (and my uncle, who not only gave me his opinion, but a jar of honey from his apiary.)
While this may be called ‘self-publishing’ or ‘independent publishing’ – I couldn’t begin to do this on my own, and I want to thank the people at CreateSpace and Kindle Direct and draft2digital and goodreads and Amazon, who have all been (without exception) helpful and professional.
Most of all I want to thank God – without His help none of this would be possible.
I’m almost halfway through the first draft of Slowpocalypse Book 2 and I hope to have it finished by the end of the year. After rewriting and revising and editing, it should be ready for release in the spring. For those waiting for the further adventures of Kat and company (Kat and who?) hopefully that’s not too far away.
Earlier this month I finished editing Millennium Crash and got it proofread and published and now I’m waiting for your reviews. (And working on ideas for Watchbearers Book 2.)
I’ve been churning out installments of the story behind writing Certain Hypothetical (here on this blog) and it’s not finished. I hope you all are finding it interesting.
Check back at the end of December for a special extended progress report.