Juggling the Priorities

It is difficult to work (even part time) and get much done, these days. I love the new computer, and am satisfied it will be a blessing through the coming months. I’m still learning how to use the new printer, and have already used up a toner cartridge. But these are all steps in the process.

I now have one hard bound journal and a soft-cover ‘teaser’ I will give to the man who has first dibs on the finished product. Covers for five more are already awaiting the arrival of the new toner for the printer, and I’ve decided to produce an introductory copy of Part One of RIDERS for anyone who requests it until May 1. At that time, I should have the complete book ready and solidified plans for its release. I will also check into the possibility of releasing Part I as a free download, but can not afford a lot, so that might have to wait.

I’ve updated my Twitter account, now my blog, and will hit Facebook before I retire to the library to write.

Interestinger and interestinger…

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2 Responses to “Juggling the Priorities”

  1. Jim Says:

    WOW Those sound good. Of course I am a Sci-fi fan (fanatic LOL)
    I like Isaac Asimov and John Carter of Mars, star wars and star trek and so many others.
    It sounds like yours will be/are in that realm.
    If you want to post some – just post a teaser – a chapter or part of one then another or part but not giving away what will happen (the important parts) later in the book. Just enough so they will know what might happen – like shows that end “to be continued”, the scene just before the ad or soaps. That might get people to want to read more. Also leave a place/link they can use to send comments – ask for only constructive ones. I just watched Goonies – not scifi but sure makes you want to keep watching.
    I hope things go well for you and your books.
    Do you keep pages/notes about what your characters are like, their likes and dislikes and how they interact with each other?
    Take care, Jim

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  2. vampirewars Says:

    Thanks, Jim. Your comments might just be the balm that encourages me to set other projects aside and concentrate on text. Yes, I have bios and family trees of my characters. They grow with the story, though, and often take me places I hadn’t planned to visit. They are often much wiser than I. Even the ‘bad’ ones.

    Aumt Katy

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