Ducking in for a quick look back at March and look ahead at April. Yes, I know April is almost halfway over! I've been busy. March was basically working on revisions of The Rancher's Daughter (I discovered that about a zillion other books, mostly western romances, have that title, but mine's the only one with an old blue shaman dude on the front!). April is working on revisions and edits on The Rancher's Daughter and getting it out. Tentative release date April 28 (though I'm really shooting for a few days earlier). I still want to write The Healing Tree but right now I'm finding it hard to shift focus. Still, now that Daughter of the Wildings is almost halfway out, I've started thinking ahead to what comes after. I've got three novels waiting to go through initial revisions and a whole bunch of Estelend short stories including the Tales of Azara collection. And I'm still developing ideas for a sequel to Urdaisunia and for a follow-up series to Daughter of the Wildings.
The A-Z reading challenge is still ongoing. Up to N now, been reading some really good things and some things that aren't quite as good. I'll have a round-up again soon with some recommendations and notes.
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-National Novel Writing Month
-Dean Wesley Smith
-Kristine Kathryn Rusch
-The Passive Voice
-A Newbie's Guide to Publishing
Let's Get Digital
-The Daring Novelist: Camille LaGuire
-Derek Alan Siddoway
-According to Hoyt
-Mad Genius Club
-Raymond Cook - Western Frontier eBooks
-The Weird Westerner
-Pauline M. Ross
-Monster Hunter Nation
-Mark P. Kolba
-Noblebright - Fantasy to Believe In
-Fantasy Book Lane
-Because reading is better than real life
-Fantasy Is More Fun
-Elite Indie Reads
-Fantasy Review Barn
-Good Show Sir
-Speculative Fiction Showcase
-Goodkindles: Free ebooks, bargain kindle books. Book promotion site for authors
-AwesomeGang: Where awesome readers meet awesome writers
-Life Is Leet
-A Lawyer Who Would Rather Write Music Commentary
-A Shed Down Under
-Perth Piano Blues
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