Monthly Round-up: October 2014
(Cross-posted on the WriteClub blog)
It’s October already. Tthis month is mostly known as being Hallowe’en season. And for me it’s also the month of my birth. I was born a week before Hallowe’en – fairly appropriate for a horror writer.
And it’s time for another update, so here is the news for this month.
COMING SOON/OUT NOW
Death Scene is available at a 60% discount until the end of the month, as part of MuseItUp Publishing’s fourth anniversary celebrations. If you haven’t bought it yet, now might be a good time, before the price goes up.
Dead Cool is released on 25 November, but it can be pre-ordered if you want to get your order in now.
Two guest appearances this month. I was on Jami Gray’s blog talking about the importance of a sense of place, and then on Margaret Fieland’s blog talking about why my characters never get ‘Happy Ever After’ endings.
WORK IN PROGRESS
I have been feeling decidedly under the weather for a good part of this month, struck with the lingering virus that seems to be hitting rather a lot of people at the moment. I end up feeling tired all the time, so getting up early to write has been rather difficult. I’m still working on the horror WIP, though have not made as much progress as I would have liked.
Time seems to be flashing by, and I haven’t done nearly enough writing. But there’s still a bit of time left before the end of the year.