Last full week of the year, folks. And I really didn't do much of anything. Shame on me.
I didn't get any work done editing Fertile Ground. Didn't even look at it.
My cover artist is up to her armpits in alligators and will get the new cover art to me when she can. Which I am perfectly fine with since I won't be launching this until March. Hell, my editor doesn't have to have the first pass to me until January 10th anyway.
I did start a story based on an idea that popped into my head after reading a news article. I have 5 paragraphs down. I have no idea where it's going, but the idea is recorded. I also jotted a note about a potential Christmas suspense short for next year.
I cooked stuff for Christmas. I made a cake. Walnut Graham Cake with Candied Walnut Glaze. It's okay, but not as good as I remembered. I think I may have over mixed the batter. I know I over-boiled the glaze. My twice-baked potatoes turned out pretty good. So did my ham. And I ate too much. Natch. So I spent the remainder of Friday and portions of Saturday laying around like a pig in the sun.
All of my books are on sale as of yesterday - in both the US and the UK*. 99 cents each through New Years Eve. Get them while they're hot. And if you like the stories, leave a review. Please. And pass this news along. Word of mouth is the only advertising I have right now.
I did hit 1000 books sold in 2015. Yay. And I'm having a contest over at Outside the Box to celebrate.
What's new in your world?
*For some reason, my author page at Amazon UK is showing weird - where sometimes it only shows the paperback versions. There are ebook versions of all my books available everywhere Amazon sells ebooks. (UK links available here for my suspense and mystery titles, or here for paranormal). AND even though it doesn't reflect the sale on my author pages, they are on sale. Click the book you're interested in and the Kindle Countdown Deal shows up on each individual product page.
You've been busier than I have this Christmas. Good luck with all your books. I've just bought Wish in One Hand and look forward to reading it.xReplyDelete
Thanks, Debs! I hope you enjoy it!Delete
Yay for new ideas and yummy food! I ate tooooo much over Christmas, too. :-)ReplyDelete
I just checked, and I wrote more than I thought last week, about 12 pages. I need to clean up the current chapter, and then I can move on to the final chapter. Woohoo! Plus I have an idea to perk up an early chapter that's rather weak and boring. I *might* get this draft finished this year!