I’ll be attending the Baltimore Book Festival this year as an author. Corrugated Sky is going to have a day table on Sunday, September 30, which means we’ll be inside a big tent with other small publishers and independent presses. We’ll have four titles for sale, and maybe — just maybe — a fifth one, if we can get the zombies anthology done in time. It’s been a very slow summer for writing.
In October we’re attending HallowRead in Ellicott City, and in November we’ll be doing a library workshop in Virginia. I’ll post more information on these events as they get closer. I’m trying to update my Goodreads author page, my Amazon author page, and keep stuff on Facebook up to date, but it sure is a lot of places to add information and I’m not so fluent with these things that it’s become a habit yet. If you thinking writing is hard, wait until you get to the marketing! And I’m not going to start every post with “buy my books,” because that gets old.
I have a few nonfiction writing projects in the works, but I’ve managed to stall out this summer and have been really unproductive, unless you count learning PvP in GuildWars2 as production time. I’ve spent more time worrying that I’m not doing any writing than I do typing, so if I can harness that energy I might be able to turn fall into a productive time. My vacation is coming up in less than two weeks. I can’t wait for the break and a change of scenery!