Spring Has Sprung

Springtime in Michigan is unpredictable, I've come to realize. After living here for almost four years now, you'd think I would know better than to assume a beautitful, sun-filled day in the '70s would be followed by another and then another. Nope. How 'bout some snow instead? Grey skies, temps in the '20s? Awww yeah.... That's more like it. But as my Nana always used to say, "If you don't like the weather, wait a while." Words to live by, those.

On the writing front, I'm hard at work scribbling the sequel to Dust Freaks & Demigods. The goal is to take Infidels & Insurgents to the 60K mark by the end of the month. Then I'll have only 30K to go. Doable, methinks. I just have to stay focused when I'd much rather watch our feathered and furry friends in the backyard. They're such a hoot.

The StoryBundle went well; we ended up selling a few hundred bundles. So that's a few hundred people with AGROTHARN on their eReaders now. A scary thought. In other news, I participated in my first in-person event at the local library: Author Hop 2024. Not a big turnout, what with the snow and it taking place after-hours, but I managed to sell twice as many paperbacks as I thought I would. Which would be two. =)
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