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2011-11-07 6:30 AM
Updatery in Short Form
Time flies when you're having fun, and also when you're working your ass off. Sometimes I really miss blogging every day, but micro-blogging on Facebook seems to have taken its place. It really is a matter of time management -- it's a lot easier to throw up a simple "status" update than to write out a whole blog entry, and honestly, my life is a lot more boring than the days when I worked at the hotel and had something to blog about every day.
That has its good and bad side, right?
Anyway, you might wonder what I've been up to (or, maybe you have a life and really don't, heh!) since the last time I blogged here. Of course, there's work -- I've edited quite a few books, novellas and short stories, both for Etopia Press and as a freelancer. I love it.
Then, I had a visit from Muffin and the GirlChild, and that was amazing. I had so much fun, although I have come to the conclusion I am way too old to chase after a three year-old. Holy schmolies, that kid ran my ass off. It was a blast.
Then, I finally released Athena's Promise. (Autographed print copies can be ordered here). You can also see the fabulous trailer crafted by Rebecca Treadway if you visit this link. To say I've been over the moon at the reception is an understatement. And relieved, to be honest. I've already begun work on the sequel, "Athena's Chains", and I'm really excited about that.
It has been quite a journey, and I've learned a lot along the way. I've always been one to march to my own drummer, and the "indie" path seems to suit me. It's not easy, and it's taken a lot of work, but it has been a wonderful experience.
Things have been going well. I'm almost afraid to say that out loud. Heh.
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