Somehow, it’s already been four weeks since the release of A Dead Man’s Favor. Wild, right? It feels like it was just yesterday, but according to the calendar, November is on its way, and according to the department stores, Christmas is already here.
As those of you who follow along on social media might already know, early copies of A Dead Man’s Favor went out to my sainted beta readers this past week. So far, the feedback has been great! We’ve identified the usual persistent typos (now fixed), discussed a few areas of potential confusion (now addressed), and…
Hey everyone! With May on its way out, I figured it was a time for a recap of the month–trips, dinners, concerts, and more–along with the ever-important updates on my next few books and audiobooks. So, let’s get started!
It’s been quite a while since the last update here, hasn’t it? I’ve shared a few tidbits on social media–primarily Facebook and Twitter-but realized it was well past time I wrote something official here for the rest of you.
Now that we’ve said goodbye to 2022, it’s time to focus on the year ahead. New goals, new challenges, and of course, new books.
Here’s what I have planned:
August is always an odd month for me. Most years, I’m doing everything I can to finish the book that’s due to be released in November. This year, I was supposed to be doing that and taking a victory lap after releasing my new series starter over the summer.
I know, I know… I can hear you ask: “What new series starter? Did I miss a release? Am I on the Naughty List now?”
I’ve had several people reach out to me recently to make sure I was still alive… which is always a strong indicator that it’s been far too long since my last update. This month’s post will be a short one, because, as you’ll see, things are really busy. Still, May has one day left and…
There’s nothing like a new release to make the month fly by, is there? It feels like just yesterday that I was releasing The Italian Screwjob, but it’s already been more than two weeks, and April is now knocking on the door, probably with a pie ready to throw. Before that inevitable (and inevitably unfunny) pie to the face, I wanted to do a quick retrospective on the release. Sales reports, reviews, progress updates, and a tenative two-year publishing schedule… let’s see what’s up and what’s next.
Somehow, it’s been almost a full month since the release of Blood is Thicker Than Lots of Stuff. May has been a crazy month in an already crazy year. In June, I’ll dive into the release hype for Ghost of a Chance, the next book in The Many Travails of John Smith. Today, I wanted…
When we began 2020, nobody knew just what was in store for us. Sometimes, the best thing you can say about a year is that you made it through. But I covered that already in Saying Goodbye to 2020. We’re in 2021 now, this post is four weeks late instead of the usual two, and it’s time to discuss the new year and all that I hope to accomplish. That’s right! It’s once again time to share my writing goals for the new year.