Half Way!

Time again to check in on those goals set at the beginning of the year! Goals in green have been achieved.

1. Finish the revision of Changers.
2. Find an agent or publisher for Changers.
3. With my co-writer, finish the Hard Reset script.
4. Write and release at least one more Sherlock Holmes story.
5. Attend at least one writing conference and/or do at least one reading or signing.
6. Find a home for “Aptera.”

I revised Changers and it has been accepted for publication by Evernight Teen. We’ve done two rounds of edits and I’m eagerly awaiting a cover and official release date (they projected July, which is, like, now).

Hard Reset is on the back burner due to extenuating circumstances. I am, however, working to land other scripts with producers and/or directors.

And I did also start writing a new Sherlock Holmes story, but with Changers being picked up, I’ve had to divert my attention to the sequels (it’s meant to be a trilogy). I’ve also been sidetracked by the siren call of a Regency romance novel—a very old project I picked up and dusted off and now find myself steeped in. But I’m enjoying it immensely!

As for writing conferences, I’ve got two booked: Writer’s Digest in New York in August (just an attendee), and InD’Scribe in Burbank in October, where I’ll be presenting and will also have an author table. I’m super excited to officially participate in my first conference as a guest author!

Finally, I’m glad to say “Aptera” found a home with Aurora Wolf. It was published there on June 1st.

Thus far, I’d say things are going well. (Knocking on wood and casting against the Evil Eye.) While 2016 has had its downs, I prefer for now to focus on all the ups—those that have happened and those still to come. Cheers!

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3 thoughts on “Half Way!”

    1. Thanks, Ken! I actually took a lot of June off [from writing]. Not by choice but by necessity. End of school, kids home, parents visiting . . . July looks to also be fairly full of down time, but I’ll get antsy if I don’t get some writing done soon.

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