This month was a busy, busy month. A lot got done.
Courting the Dragon is officially with the copy editor, and temporarily out of my hands. It will be back soon for the final polish and formatting for eBook and print. I will be putting out the official call for ARC reviewers soon. If you’re interested, please reach out through contact form on my website, or DM me via Facebook or Twitter.
Against my better judgement, I have started drafting Finding the Dragon. It will be my project for Camp NaNoWriMo next month. I’ve joined a fun group of campers from my Twitter social circle, so I’m looking forward to some digital writing camp shenanigans. Writing is always more fun with friends.
I also have a very full line-up for the blog in terms of reviews for April and May. There’s some really great books I can’t wait to share with you all. Here’s a picture of my TBR (to-be-read) pile, just to give you a sneak peek.
In non-writing news, Matt and I have made great progress on my office. It’s still very much a work in progress, but hopefully I’ll be able to do a full sort of “office tour” type post sometime in April. Assuming IKEA ever gets the bookshelves I so desperately want back in stock.
And last but not least, I also have an update on when Courting the Dragon will be available for those who prefer an audio format. I do not have a release date yet, but I have decided to do the narration for this one myself. The plan is to begin recording chapters as they come back from the copy editor. I’m a total noob at this stuff, so recording and editing will likely take me a lot longer than someone who knows what they’re doing. I’m sure I will have some interesting adventures in audio land to share with you all, along with links to some great resources for those who may be interested in audiobook narration.
And that’s it for March. I’d love to hear what y’all have been up to in the comments!