Alas, I have not been as faitfhful to blogging as I wish to be. I've been working more hours at my job (which, much as I really do love my coworkers and my boss, hope to leave soon as I have more books out. I'd much rather spend my time writing.), playing in the pit orchestra for a local Sound of Music production, and I moved. Life has been busy! I'm hoping to accrue some free time this next month when some of my extra responsibilities are over, which will hopefully allow me to make my writing goal next month.
But more on that later.
I got some really great reviews on Veiled Innocence these past few weeks. Brooke (Brooke's Box of Books) posted her review (4/5 stars) and an interview with me, as did Carole (read her 4/5 star review of VI at her book blog, the life of fiction). Thank you both so much for your terrific reviews, and as always, thank you to all the bloggers who have taken the time to read VI. I appreciate all of you making time for my book in your busy lives!
Also, I was notified by Smashwords that my book was accepted into their premium catalog, and went up for sale at Barnes and Noble, with more outlets to come (Sony, Apple, Borders). Right now, VI is only available in ebook format, but I'm hoping to iron out the flaws in my paperback version soon (interior formatting/typesetting can be a pain in the ass).
I'm also working on a book trailer, but I'm not sure at the moment which direction I'm going to take with it (more written and visual versus audio clips/more like a radio spot). I need to sleep on it some more.