I typed The End on my latest Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery. Of course now I have to do the most important part and that is editing. I’ll wait a couple of days to get started with that.
One thing many readers don’t realize, it’ll be about two years before this one is in print.
The next offering in this series is called Kindred Spirits from Mundania Press. It will be out in September. The following September I expect the following Tempe book to make it’s debut, Dispel the Mist.
While writing, every author is busy planning how they will market each book. Like most everyone else, I have events going on all the time.
The places I'm going this month are listeed on the website. What that doesn't tell you is for the park gig on the Fourth of July, it not only means hauling my books, but also an EZ-up (tent without sides, 2 tables and 2 chairs) probably half way through the park--and that depends upon how easily we find a parking spot near te park.
The West Coast Author Premier is a bit easier becauase all I have to haul is my books and handouts for my presentation. (Of course I must remember to print them out.) My presentation is at 10:30 a.m., which is good, then I'll be all done.
The first night in Ventura we’re staying in a haunted room in a Bed and Breakfast at our request, the second night in my youngest daughter’s brand new home. Will blog about both.
For the writers' group, of course I have handouts.
With a schedule like this, sometimes it difficult to find a time to breathe, much less write.
This is what I'm doing for the books I already have--and I'm also working on the schedule for the new book due in September.
Slight confession, I love it, just wish I were younger.