See? I tell myself I’m going to make this a regular part of my writing day and I manage, AT BEST, every other day. And I’m cool with every other day; I don’t feel I have important enough things to say every day. But now I’ve missed the last THREE days. But I do have things to announce today.
One, I’ve got what I think is the final cover for “President’s Day” as well as a 5th draft at 24,028 words. I’ve got the first few edits for “Invasion Agents #13”, and hope to have a rough version of that cover soon.
I FINALLY updated my Amazon author bio. I haven’t touched that thing since I put my first book on Amazon in, what, 2012? It was WAY outdated, mentioning my most recent anthology appearances which were recent in 2012, but since I haven’t submitted to an anthology since then, aren’t so recent anymore. I was also able, finally, to add Kara to my bio. I really love that part.
And on Sunday I published a new short story to Amazon. Not a NEW story, it’s actually about 10 years old, and this isn’t the first time it’s been published. “In the Presence of Loneliness” used to be included at the back of THE THIRD FLOOR but I took it out years ago and made it an exclusive available only on Instafreebie, which then became Prolific Works. But now it’s back on Amazon as an exclusive, enrolled in their KDP Select program, which means anyone with an Amazon Prime account can borrow it for FREE. So you should totally do that. Go borrow it and then read it. It’s like 16 pages. Go do it now:
After a bitter breakup, Tom is trying to start over, this time on his own. Except the house he’s moved into isn’t exactly empty. This Amazon exclusive is set after the events of my best-selling novel THE THIRD FLOOR, and sets up the events of the upcoming sequel.