Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Authorfest t is NOV. 10th at Powell's and what else?

Hi all,

Big news, for me at least, I finished the first of the publisher edits of BLOOD DIVIDED and handed it in the beginning of this month. She confirmed she has it and is working on it soon. Next step will be a more detailed line edit. Polish it up for print.

Since finishing that, I took some time off from writing and editing. Like a week...and reworked my antiquated resume. And sent a proposal to Dark Horse comics for some CASTLE BROSKULL related projects.

I finished the Buffy rewatch and started rewatching the last season of ANGEL. It makes sense, because you follow Spike's story over to ANGEL.

I've been playing a little World of Warcraft late at night. Man, it's amazing all I remembered and all I forgot. Like I remember some of the beginning stuff so well...but I forgot the middle stuff. For example, levels 1-20, I kinda-totally that content. But after that? I was like, I forget, where do I go? What do I do? What levels are the dungeons? How do I get from here to there...LOL!

It's fun seeing all returning players. We have all aged 10+ years. So the names of characters and guilds sometimes reflect it. It can be sad and funny at the same time. 

Here I am from like a week or so ago...around level 16. I'll hit 20 soon on this one.

So now that I'm waiting for the publisher again, I have a choice. Got back to writing the sequel of The Lifeblood of Ill-fated Women, or edit book three of the Soul War series (so that I am ready to hand that to the publisher in 2020).

Not sure yet.

Until then, I am focused on rocking this years AUTHORFEST at Powell's Books, on Nov. 10th starting 4pm. I plan to sign books and represent book my writing and my CASTLE BROSKULL endeavors. So I will probably (more than probably) be wearing a fresh BROSKULL shirt.

You can get yours here: https://www.teepublic.com/user/castlebroskull

I often wonder if it is time to stop blogging. But I will keep it going. Maybe once a month, like this.

Thanks all!

Write Makes Might!

Kevin James Breaux

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