I was going to update yesterday but I realize that I've been updating on Monday nights for the last few weeks (don't ask why my calender has them marked under Tuesday. I think it's further ahead than I am). Anyway, some minor updates to mention.
First, I have finally gotten around to ordering more swag for SASS. In addition to my poker chips, postcards, and magnets, I shall have more chapstick along with new things like hand lotion, hand sanitzer, and...this may excite you...condoms. The latter is not official yet but it might be. Yes, they'll be representing the Flavors of Love series. So now almost everything has swag for it except The Black Paradise Circus series (unless you want to count Portman's Creamery with it cause it is a longer mystery with the PC girls).
Secondly, I'm waiting on my cover for Patterns & Parallels #2: Paper Hearts. I forgot how much I like being in the P&P universe (or universes) sometimes. I think that may be why I went back to it this weekend. Now that I've started the third book, it's forming into something big. The first one is available online for only 2.99.
Patterns & Parallels #1:
Third, audiobooks will be out soon and I'll be needing people listening and reviewing. If you are interested in that, please drop me a line. I'll send you an audible code so you can get them for free. At the moment, only Ghosts of Burning Inn #1 has an audiobook to it but Wrapped in Death and Chocolate, Four of the Usual Suspects, and Sweet Love will be coming soon too.
Fourth, I'm coming close to hitting a milestone at Smashwords! Just 15 more to go! Here's my profile over there in case you never saw it.
Updates on works:
Flavors of Love #2: 42K
Ghosts of Burning Inn #2: 20K (stopped this for now)
Cirque Macabre #2: 15K
Portman's Creamery #3: 15K
The Reaper's Apprentices #3: 14K
Patterns & Parallels #3: 8K
Operation: Genome #3: 22K
Operation: Genome #4: 38K
(Don't asky why OG #4 is further ahead than #3. This is my longest series so it takes longer to write. I do promise that book 2 will come out next year though.)
Now I should probably get back to writing.