So, Carmilla’s Ghost hit shelves (at least virtually) last week. This has been a hectic week for me, and one where my sinuses have decided to assault me, but I thought I’d give a brief retrospective of the week.
On Tuesday night, technical issues with new equipment caused us to move the Live Q&A to Facebook. As a result, attendance was down, but, as always, I answer questions sent to me in email, the comments on my blog, and across social media. It was still a good Q&A session, but I should warn everyone that there is an accidental spoiler in the first few minutes.
It’s been a busy week at work. One of my students came to class after testing positive for Covid-19, and I teach in the part of the state that has some of the lowest vaccination rates. So I’ve had to move several classes online while teaching others in person. It hasn’t been fun. But we soldier on.
My NaNoWriMo project has stalled, mainly because I keep focusing on the outline for what may well be the next novel in my main series. I’ll talk more about NaNo tomorrow, but I’m trying to finish the first short story in the collection before returning to the main series.
And now, as I type this, I’m doing so one-handed, as Salem Binx has curled up beside my Chromebook for pets. (Photo on my Instagram).
That’s all for now. I’ll post more tomorrow.
My debut novel, Liam’s Doom, is on sale at all major and minor retail outlets from Amazon to Barnes & Noble to Bookshop.org. I request that you support Bookshop.org, as their site supports local and independent bookstores. The eBook is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and through my webstore.
Carmilla’s Ghost is now on sale. The paperback version is available all major online retailers, including Amazon, Bookshop.org and at Barnes & Noble. Currently, eBook pre-orders are only available at Amazon and through my webstore.
Also, you can find my serialized prequel novel Blood/Lust on my website. New chapters go live at noon each Sunday!