Yep. Lots going on. And that’s a good thing. There’s nothing like the feeling of accomplishment that comes from whittling down the old “to-do” list. We’ve had friends and family in and out of the house for the last few weeks, gotten the bathroom remodel nearly completed, and are in the final stages of getting my mom’s cabin cleaned out and ready for the new tenants to move in.
On the writing front, you may be happy to know that I got the manuscript for Pangaea Exiles back from the publisher three days ago. As of a few minutes ago, I finished the final revisions and sent them back. That should be the last of the editing, and as far as I know, the manuscript is now ready for formatting. Woohoo!
CL – In the meantime, Crazy Larry has proven to be longer than I originally anticipated. In fact, it looks like it’s actually going to be a little longer than The Road to Rejas. But I think I’m in the final stretch now. We’ll see how it finishes out.
Y12 – The audiobook for Year 12 is in production, and the chapters I’ve reviewed so far sound fantastic. Corey Snow is an amazing talent. I’m so lucky to have him as the voice of the Half Past Midnight universe. If anyone needs a talented voice actor, Corey is one of the absolute best.
I think I’m actually going to make this one a short entry. I know I always say that, but this time it’s true. So very quickly, here’s the RPotW. I don’t know if I’ve ever mentioned it, but Baby Bird is a sushi fanatic. I think she would eat the stuff for every meal if she could afford to. We recently found a sushi restaurant in a nearby town that serves amazing rolls. We’ve been able to take her there a few times, and she declared it the best she’s ever had.
Of course, that means that any time we get a chance to go, we have to send her a pic like this one and tease her with the fact that we’re there, while she’s back home eating the college student’s typical diet of Raman, or some similarly blasé meal. Yeah, we’re mean that way. But it serves to remind her that she has good food here anytime she comes to visit. (Hint, hint!)
And that’s it. Time to get back to it. Stay safe everyone, and I’ll talk to you next time!