It’s been a really busy time of late – what with a new job and a hectic schedule of gigs with The 4 Tarantinos. Any spare time I’ve had has been spent on the realisation of a project that has been lurking in the back of my mind for a number of years, and one that is very close to seeing the light of day.
The downside to all this is I haven’t been able to post to my blog as frequently as I’d like. I’ve also struggled to keep up to date with other people’s blogs, which is not ideal. After all, as I near to releasing the first book in my Forest Town Chronicles series, it’s connections I’ve made through WordPress that have helped me get this far.
I came across the amazing artwork of Peter Campofiori on WordPress, and it is him I have to thank for allowing me the rights to use one of his pieces for my upcoming book cover. If you have a spare minute or two check out his blog.
And Kate Johnston, whose 4am Writer blog I have been a follower of since my first days on WordPress, has helped me polish the manuscript and get it ready for release, and for this I can’t endorse her editing services enough.
I still have a little work to do on the Forest Town website, but hopefully I’ll be ready to launch in the next few weeks.
Until then, I’ll try and hang around all the other great blogs I follow a little more than I have been doing because there are some truly talented people on here.