Ah, the new year. It’s supposed to be a time of fresh starts, but this year already seems determined to kick me in the teeth. Why exactly?
I have no idea.
Perhaps I did something wrong in 2017 and the gods feel I have to atone for it. Thanks gods. Remind me again exactly what it is I did so I don’t do it again?
Continue reading “2018 – Not A Good Start”
To many, it’s been a long and painful year. An awful lot of really well loved celebrities have passed away. There were also writing friends who should not have been taken so soon. There have been some good things this year, though, as this list describes.
And it’s also been my best ever year for book sales. 57 might not be a lot in the grand scheme of things, but I think it’s a fair bit. Especially when there are so many books out there from so many more well known authors.
Besides, I feel sure that next year we’ll hit the 100 mark. So, readers, let’s get spreading the word for 2017!
Continue reading “Eves & Days, Christmas & New Year (2016-2017)”
I did mean to write a post sooner than I have, but with it being a holiday season I ended up working far more hours and days than I expected to.
Plus, a few of my colleagues ended up off sick. Christmas Day itself is the only day that the restaurant I work at actually closes all year so that has probably been my only peaceful day seeing as I have worked every day since – up until yesterday that is.
Continue reading “Christmas & Levelling Up: 2015 To 2016”
365 days of ups and downs. I’m sure you can read back on them all if you really want to, but I thought it would be quicker to mention the ones I can really remember here in this single, all encompassing post.
We started the year with two book releases. Not my first title, but my first two novel length pieces; Preying On Time and Breaking Cadence.
First titles in both their respective series, I was glad to get these books finally out there for people to read. Plus, the publishing process is extremely exciting to go through.
Of course, this leaves me grateful to both Gayla Drummond and the other members of Katarr Kanticles Press.
Continue reading “Christmas & 2014: A Year In Repose”