This Base, Let’s Touch It.

Things have been quiet…really quiet here on the blog, and I wish I could blame it on being stuck in the editing and formatting cave as I prepare for the publication of World Unknown Review (which should occur tomorrow if the review process goes well), but, alas I know better. The editing/formatting cave is a part of it, sure, but I’ve also been distracted and lazy and all sorts of other things. Holidays, work, trying to get a good balance of work and recreation. I don’t think I’ll ever fully have that last part down, but I do want to start blogging more often.

I definitely start to miss a lot of things on the blogging community. A friend recently had a bit of a blog tour with a cover reveal for a book I beta-read and I was kind of boggling over how I missed that thing. And then there was the formatting of the book, which made me remember how addictive getting something published can be, which made me wonder about if I’ll ever get around to publishing more than two books a year. Of course, I have to focus on The Slayer Saga: Heartless first and foremost. I’m still only about half-way through the rough draft, and I want to be able to get a lot of edits in, so I should really be pushing myself to finish this draft by the end of January.

So, there’s a little touch base post. I’ll have much more interesting things to say tomorrow when, fingers crossed!, World Unknown Review should be live on Amazon. Until then…

Happy writing!

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4 thoughts on “This Base, Let’s Touch It.

  1. If it wasn’t for Row80 and WiPPet Wednesday, I’d probably hardly post to the blog at all. Even without everything else going on.
    Good luck with getting your draft done by the end of January. I’ve been focused on editing this month, but planning to get back to drafting next month. Can’t wait for that.

    1. Thanks, Fallon! Maybe now that WUR is out and I can focus on Heartless again, I might get back into posting regularly for RoW80. Maybe. It’s always a roller-coaster with me where sometimes I’ve got a lot to say, and sometimes, there’s nothing. So we’ll just play it by ear.

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