When life throws a curve ball …

Just when you’re settled in for a slow and easy ride, something comes along and throws you a curve ball. I had it all planned out.

  • Finish revisions on Eternal Embrace.
  • Send to the editor and cover artist late December
  • Finalize and send to publisher
  • Work on video trailer and promos
  • Release, hopefully in March

No rush, no stress, no huge pressure. I have plenty of time to get it all done, and still start on a project I have in mind. Then I got the call. Or rather, the Facebook post. Would I be interested in sharing a table at Wizard World Comic Con in New Orleans this coming January? O M G … first off, the person that asked sent me squealing. David Moore, author of The Shroud. Which happens to have been picked up by Lion’s Gate to be filmed. Serious fangirling on my part. Then, there’s Wizard World Comic Con … are you kidding me? Three days of geekdom runs wild! This is going to rock!

So, while I’m bouncing off the walls with excitement, I still need to hunker down and finish revisions, order more books and supplies to make more swag. Yeah, I’ve roped myself to a beam, and I’m slowly pulling myself in. There’s work to be done.

The next couple of months are always busy ones because of the holidays. I’m sure it’s like that for you too. Don’t forget to take a break now and then to regroup. A good book is the greatest of escapes. Enjoy one, or three. And when you’re making out that Christmas list, don’t forget the book lovers in your life. Nothing is more appreciated than a good story.

Till next week,

~ Madison



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