Tuesday, February 2, 2021

It's a New Year!

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I'm attempting to be optimistic. However, so far, 2 of my 3 first events of the year, in April, no less, have already been canceled/postponed. This means one of my 2020 rollover events is now bumped to my list for 2022.  😢 

You may notice I'm not even posting my event list for 2021. Once I have confirmation that an event is really happening, I'll post it.

Productivity trudges onward despite the cautious outlook. Eventually, stuff has to open up, doesn't it?

Updates from last month: 

Bound in Blue has a release date of February 20!

Spindelkin has editing notes and is next up on my list.

The Minor Years is still out with a beta reader

Seeker has seen no progress.

Not Another Bard's Tale is DONE and now out with a reader! That only took thirteen years...

On the other end of writing, I have some editing to do for two other authors and a formatting job in the wings. Busy busy!

And now onward to this month's IWSG question: Blogging is often more than just sharing stories. It’s often the start of special friendships and relationships. Have you made any friends through the blogosphere?

Indeed! In fact, if you're commenting on this post, you're likely one of those people. Very likely one of the people I meet blogging years ago when I was much more active on this platform. I appreciate you sticking with me and when your name comes up in the comments section, please know that it makes me smile. 


  1. Hi Jean - all the best with the releases and continued writing ... while yes there's a great community of bloggers here - I've learnt lots - stay safe - Hilary

  2. You are one busy lady! I'm frustrated that events are being cancelled or postponed, but better to be safe. Good luck with finishing those books. I'm looking forward to reading them.

  3. I'm not sure how I missed your blog this month! I also wanted to mention, I absolutely love your cover art. I need to pick up my copy, I have so much reading to do this year.


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