It’s been about a month since A Scarlet Fever was released upon the world, available on Kobo and Kindle.
As part of my ‘get comfortable with marketing myself’ efforts, I participated in the Dark Fantasy Halloween takeover over on Facebook. It was my first takeover, and I was a little nervous, but it ended up being super fun – because of the other authors and amazing people who participated with vigor. And I came away with some new books to read.
With book 1 out, I’m hard at work on the other two books in the Bloodborne Pathogens series. I signed up with a friend for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) for the first time, writing book 3.
In other news
The blog has suffered, between the release and Nano, but I managed a couple of book reviews and a post on language – English and Spanish in this case – which reminds me that I need to get back to studying Spanish.
The books I reviewed are God Save the Queen – goblins, vampires, and werewolves, oh my – and The Age of Myth. Now I’m reading John Dies at the End. It’s very different from what I usually read.
Not exactly reading, but one of my favourite posts that I came across this month was a collection of antique photos of women from around the world.
Editing book 2 in the series! So I should get back to work.