Whirlwind

It’s been quite a two months. I’m on a The Moreva of Astoreth blog tour at the moment, writing out interviews, writing blog posts, and things like that. I’m still writing interviews, though not for the tour. Can’t say it’s resulted in sales, but my name is getting out there. Maybe that’s a good thing. At least it’s been better received than The Underground. I got trashed on Goodreads. In contrast, The Moreva of Astoreth is getting five stars all the way, except for one who gave me three.

Finished my run on NetGalley. Not too bad, except I got lots of thumbs down for my cover. Well, to tell the truth, I’m not too fond of it, either. The company that made it was absolutely incompetent. They totally disregarded what I asked them to do. Then, little by little, my vision sort of emerged. So eventually I’ll have another cover made, and submit to NetGalley again–see what happens. Using a different artist, of course.

Didn’t make it to Arisia this year–damned flu. And it’s the one event I look forward to all year. If I’m going to sell any books, it’s usually there. But from the Facebook posts I’m seeing, a good time is being had by all. And today it’s over.

So between all of that, I’m looking for job, since I retired from my last one. This is the first time in twenty-five or so years I’ve been in the market, and it has changed. A lot. Candidates have to be more computer savvy these days. Some days I think I can barely operate Word. Hmm…now that I don’t have a job, maybe I can go to Boskone, if the weather holds up. Come to think of it, last year Boston got snowed in around that time…

That’s where I am for now. Chat later!

 

 

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