This is post 20 of 24 in the series “Firebird”
Phew! Tonight’s chapter is a bit late–I just sent Firebird’s manuscript, all 120,150 words of it, to a copy editor. Had a bit of all-night editing to keep me busy between getting it back from a beta … Continue reading
This is post 11 of 24 in the series “Firebird”
Whoa! Apologies for the absence. Had a combination of a bad cold and a looming deadline–but, there’s good news! Firebird is in the hands of the beta reader right now!
It came out to around 122,000 words, … Continue reading
This is post 7 of 24 in the series “Firebird”
The weather is cooling down here in Taichung. Managed to sleep through one whole night without the air con last week. For those of you in less tropical climes, I’ll say this: the outside weather is 28-30 … Continue reading
This is post 4 of 24 in the series “Firebird”
Welp, just mailed in my ballot for the Canadian election—better known by approximately 60% of the country as “Anybody But Stephen Harper” day.
It was a bit of a process. I learned from UPS that they only … Continue reading
This is post 3 of 24 in the series “Firebird”
The editing process is, so far, chugging along at the speed I’d expected. With optimism, hard work, and good planning, I think I can shoot for a December release for Firebird, with Tempest to release in January. That … Continue reading
This is post 1 of 24 in the series “Firebird”
It’s finally here! Firebird’s first chapter!
Looking for Monster Monday posts? Look below this post!
I’m going on tour! Wooo!
Regular Monster posts to be continued, although you’ll have to look below this post for them!
Wondering where I’m at each day? Here’s the schedule for you! I’ll edit in the links to … Continue reading
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I’m finishing up edits right now (Derek Prior is the best!).
The release date will be … Continue reading
**EDIT to add: This was scheduled to post on Sunday but did not. I am raging from my phone. Internet may be fixed now. Hopefully. I am in serious danger of actually studying.**
So, when I returned from Laos today, I discovered that my dormitory has no internet, and would … Continue reading