We bought a house in my home town and moved at the end of March. Lots of stuff went down, including me getting covered in poison ivy TWICE, so badly that I had to go on steroids to treat it. This yard hates me, but I’m going to own it. And by “own” I mean KICK ITS ASS.
Anyway, no I haven’t written a damned thing since I moved, but I intend to hop back on the horse as soon as the crazy Mother’s Day weekend is over. Until then, please check out my books at Tunk City Revival in downtown Danielson! I rode the bus and went to school with the shop owner.
Just thought I should let you all know that yes, I have still been writing (at least in my sci-fi novel), however sparsely may be the sessions. But also: we bought a house! My fiancee and I are closing on our new house this week and are hopefully moving in next weekend. Plus I start a new gardening job in two weeks. So life will be VERY full soon.
I promise I will still write, but soon I will be living in Connecticut, in my old home town. Know of any good writer fairs in CT?
Anyhow, Happy Spring! I hope your life is going as well as mine.
I’m spending a year on hiatus from Fuzzy Business, working on my fantasy story project and (of course) working my butt off at gardening jobs.
If you enjoy my Fuzzy Business series, can you please write an Amazon review? Unless you write a review or contact me personally, I really have no idea whether any of you would like me to write more in that series. And I hate to say it’s a waste of time, but if nobody wants to see more of the humanimal world, I won’t bother writing it.
So, help a writer out! Let me know what you think of ANY of the Fuzzy Business books! I’d love to see some FB fan art as well, if you draw any. Here is a picture (original concept art) I drew of Connor:
Finally have gotten some feedback on Fuzzy Business 2 from a few folks. Apparently, the second book is better than the first! The wheels in my head are turning for book three, and I will be writing the outline this weekend while I still plug away at my fantasy novel.
Now, can you write an Amazon book review for me? pretty please? With cherries and lasagna on top?
Especially when you have to try to fit several pages’ worth of new material into the stuff you already have written. I can tweak things here and there to make them funnier, but adding whole new scenes to places in the middle of the book is a major pain in the ass.
And that’s my gripe for the day. Anybody else want to rant?
For anyone who reads fantasy, I am in a bind: I need to make reference to homing birds, and I couldn’t decide whether to say carrier pigeons or ravens. I feel like if I reference ravens, I’ll be accused of copycatting George R.R. Martin. But it just sounds so awesome! Anyway, what do you think? Are there any other type of messenger birds I am unaware of? Comment below!
Oh, and on a side/personal note, the sci-fi convention I am helping to organize just launched a kickstarter to help pay for new guests and other expenses. Take a look, and donate if you can! Thanks!