So far, May has been a month of transitions and changes, and for once, all good. In preparation for the upcoming summer months, we sat down and made some plans.
First, as we discussed on the blog last week, we’ve shelved our science fiction series for the time being, in favor of reviving an older project.
Second, we will not be participating in the Northwest Book Festival this year. Well, not as vendors, anyway. That won’t stop us from taking a spin around Pioneer Square to see what’s on offer.
Third, we are dusting off and rewriting a horror short story, The Rose Sprite.
Fourth, we are batting around the idea of manning a table in a few local events. These types of events are less expensive, less time consuming, and we are more likely to run into old friends and family for a chat. We’ll keep you posted if you want to seek us out in person.
And finally, we will be contacting more of our author friends for interviews on the blog.
We continue to work on our horror novel, The Ocular, as well as our crime thriller, tentatively titled Enoch Ascending. It’s gonna be good.
Let us know if you have any questions. We’d love to hear from you!
Anne, Nancy, and E