2018 has been wild.
It started out with a bang.
In January, February and March, I had short stories published in the first three Planetary Anthologies out from Superversive Press.
In January, I also got engaged.
Then at the beginning of June the fourth Planetary Anthology – Earth, for which I was the editor was published.
At the end of June I got married then immediately left for Liberty Con where I was a guest.
After that things went wonky. My cover design jobs picked up considerably and I spent the rest of the year juggling a day job, a husband, two dogs, writing, cover design, editing and learning to up my skills in both design and writing.
If that isn’t crazy enough, my day job is doing a short notice relocation. So I’ve been having to clean up files for shredding and packing up a business that’s collected 18+ years of stuff to move next week.
Assuming I survive the physical labor (oww) of moving loads of large storage boxes, I will be spending the remainder of the year unpacking and trying to locate all the stuff I expect will be lost.
My plan to have Courage of Martyrs out by the end of the year has since gone up in smoke. As has the editing I had already done on Chapter 1. Don’t ask. My computer hates me.
Here’s to a good year. Hoping for a great year in 2019.
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