This is the last Friday of the month, which makes it Five Year Project time. Thanks Misha Gericke for hosting this. What is the Five Year Project, you might ask? It’s making a goal and working towards it. For me, that goal is to have a world-class publishing company. How’s it going? Good. I’m wrapping up Bloodbrothers for me, and working on edits for someone else. That was the biggest leap for me into this whole publishing goal—actually taking that step from writer to editor. I kept putting it off and putting it off and now I’m wondering why I did that. It feels so natural. If anyone is looking for editing work, September looks busy for me, but October is still open. You can find out more at our site: http://www.blackandwhiteediting.com, or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For those of you wondering, Bloodbrothers will be released sometime in September. This will be the final book in The Newstead Saga, which makes it hard—can’t imagine not spending time with these characters anymore. After that I’ll be starting on Pathfinder, but I have a feeling that will go slower than I’m used to; editing is taking up a lot of my time, which is a good thing.
How about all of you—what projects are you working on?