Just a multi-faceted update this time, so you know I didn’t fall off the planet somehow. Editing work for the glass site is still pretty much the same. Yesterday wasn’t fun, though, as it was a news day so slow, I literally had to search all day to come up with five new articles. Every other news source of our kind resorted to recycling news from last week. I made sure our peeps got new stuff. Cause that’s how I roll.
Hope y’all remember that my duel sci-fi novella, The Life & Death of a Sex Doll, is coming very soon. If you haven’t pre-ordered a print copy or an ebook from Belfire Press yet, please, consider picking one up now or on release day. (Should be any day now, I think.) For $11.99 for print or $2.99 for ebooks, it’s a really good deal. You’re getting Adopting a Sex Doll, my original web serial about an Internet stock broker who modifies a sophisticated sex toy to play house, and the all-new sequel, When a Sex Doll Dies, which continues the story from the perspective of the aforementioned adopted doll. Sometimes whimsical and funny, and sometimes a little sad and nostalgic, this is going to be my first book published by someone else. The editing is even more stringent than my already tough standards, so without boasting, I can tell you that this will be my best book ever in terms of editing quality.
In other writing news, I’ve completed another chapter of Bran of Greenwood and the Scary Fairy Princess. I don’t write every day, or even all day on the days that I choose to indulge the muse, so my progress is much slower. I’m also committing the wicked sin of adding to the earlier scenes before I finish the book. *GASP!* Actually, I’ve done this many times over the last two years. I think that rule really only applies to noobs and people who let the new additions distract them from finishing the story.