I looked at the calendar this morning and realized that we’re almost at the end of the first week of September. Eight months have gone by, and we’ll soon be heading into the holiday season.
Halloween Is Almost Here…
The Alaska State Fair ended on Labor Day (Monday), and it seems like Halloween is just around the corner.
This is the time of year I always get excited because Halloween marks the anniversary of my first appearance in print. It also means that NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is about to start, and I always get a new energy for writing from taking part.
What That Means For My Writing Projects…
This year I’m hoping to finish “Of Wolves and Men”, the first full-length novel in the “Shadows Over Seattle” series. I’m about to embark on a full read-through and assessment of what I have already written so I can get my mind back on this particular project.
I’m also hoping to have completed the full re-edit of “Evaline Transcendent” in time to post the updates around Halloween, or shortly before.
So, Why Is This Halloween So Special?
Well, I’ve decided to run a huge promotion this year. “Under A Hunter’s Moon” will be three years old, and I want to do something special.
I don’t want to say too much about my plans at this point, except to say… Stay Tuned!
Do you have any special plans for Halloween? If so, drop a note in the comments below…
The Writer’s Channel Hop, Vol 2 – Hosted By Shane Wilson
Tune in for the online author event of September! Join the regular cast of writers from Joe’s Bar and the Brain to Books Cyber Convention as they discuss everything writing and everything not writing. Hosted by Shane Wilson.
Find out a little about what makes us tick, why pizza is so important to the writing process, how gnomes go from lawn ornaments to mobile art, and which of us are/aren’t wearing pants… Some or all of those might be relevant…