What Happened in July

So this month, I wrote. I finally had a good month, topping 70,000 words this month. I’ve been slow in writing and doing a lot of editing and publishing.

I’m disappointed that the latest Whisper wasn’t ready to get do some initial editing. It’s not there yet, so I’ll be making another run through it in August and hopefully it will be ready to go off to the initial editor to pick apart before I fix those issues and send it off to the copy editor. Still, it’s in the pipeline.

I published Gemini’s tale, which first appeared in the anthology Rescued as a stand alone short story. You can find it on Amazon, here.

I also got out the book, Moving with Cats, just yesterday in fact, which is my July achievement! It’s short, but it offers some advice about things I learned when traveling across country with three cats. It’s currently only available in e-book format but soon enough I’ll have it in print as well. It’s very short so it shouldn’t be a long read. Amazon has it here.

It’s late in the month, so I doubt I’ll be getting any more accomplished this time around. I still have a Whisper short story, Ghost Case in a bundle called Fantasy in the City, which is available on Amazon, Kobo and iBooks for a short time.

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. This information is given in the interest of transparency and to comply with EU laws regarding the collecting of information. My contact form does collect this information, however I do not use it other than to respond to inquiries and comments via that form. The comment forms on any posts on the blog also collect information. Again, I do not use this other than to respond to inquiries and questions. I do use a third party security plugin that collects information on IP addresses so they can scan for malicious users and bots. To my knowledge they do not use this information in any other way, nor do they sell this information to other users.