Just to keep things straight
Here’s what the next few months are going to look like around here, with about half of this subject to change.
September 25 – October 9
These are the dates of the blog tour for Immortal at the Edge of the World. The fun thing about blog tours is you never know if a participant is actually going to post something. Okay, I lied, that isn’t the fun part, that’s the awful part. The fun part is when they do post something and I get to tell you about it and send you a link. I just received a list of requests for three guest blog posts, two interviews, and three excerpts that I’ll have to take care of pretty soon. I believe I have a fourth guest blog for a launch party taking place in the middle of October as well.
This is the official release date for Immortal at the Edge of the World. You have no doubt preordered it by now, so this is the day you get it on your Kindle. I expect you to take the day off from work.
October 3 – 5
These are the dates for PhauxCon, where I will be. I’ll have copies of the book to sign and sell, and have a Q & A session and maybe a televised interview or something. It’s in Philadelphia. I don’t think I’ve ever been there before. It’ll be fun. I expect you to show up.
Some time in November I’m going to be releasing a novella as G Doucette, which means it’s erotica, which means it has a cover that looks like this. It’s called Club Himeros, and it’s mostly done but needs a lot of editing, which is okay because I have built in a lot of time here. I basically didn’t want to confuse anybody by releasing another Adam story around the release of Edge of the World, but at the same time Amazon is letting me do preorders for KDP books now and I can’t wait until December to take advantage of that because I’m a freak.
An Immortal Chronicles Christmas story. I have no idea what this story is going to consist of, because I haven’t even begun to think about it, but it will exist and it will come out in December. Probably.
An anthology release of the first three Immortal Chronicles books, along with a bonus piece from Adam that I haven’t worked out the detail on yet, but which will probably be an Underspecies Taxonomy of some sort. I’m bundling these together in order to have a print copy available, so this will also go out through Createspace.
February or March
I’m working on a large project called M Pallas. It will be released as a series of novellas and cross as many different genres as I can think of, while fitting within an overarching storyline with the kind of meta references that make the geek in me happy. I’m not at all sure I can pull this off, but if I do, it’s going to be really fun and entertaining, and hopefully not too self-indulgent. I’d like to have at least two installments finished before the first one is scheduled for release, hopefully in February. I’m less than 10,000 words into the first installment and I hate it, which means I’m right on schedule. Much more on this as we go along.