Wel, lookie here. A brand new month.
I’ve been gone for a week, I know. A mini-plague descended on my house and we’ve been recovering. Meanwhile, I’ve also been up to my eyebrows in edits. Even sick, obsessive nature won’t let me go. It’s a blessing and a curse.
This is going to be a short post, because I’ve got a lot going on at the moment. I thought I’d clue you in on some of that!
I’m currently reading The Real, by Masha du Toit. This book is set to release on the 16th, and is FREAKING AMAZING so far. It’s the sequel to The Babylon Eye, which I talked about before. I’ll review this one as soon as I’m done reading.
I’m also going to try and review books more often. I’ve finished some other books that made an impact on me, and I figure I might as well share them with you. So hang around for that.
Then, FanArt February. Starting today, I’ll try to draw one fanart every day of the month. Stay tuned, and have a look at my Instagram to see the art of the day. Just give me an hour or two to draw it. 😛
The last piece in the Emotions series is set for completion somewhere this month too. I wanted to paint it before January’s end, but the plague interrupted (and I don’t even mean the one I’m writing about :P). Then, some other design projects are in the pipelines and I might share those on Instagram too.
More art projects will include doll repaints. I have two works in progress at the moment, and I’m thinking of a ton of others I could try. Loving this hobby!
Most of my free time will still go into writing. The minute I’m finished with the revision of The Physician’s Apprentice, I’m going to start working on the sequel. So, that’s got me seriously excited.
Along with that, I’m editing The Rise of the Exile Queen. May I just say this is one of the most challenging things I’ve ever done? I’ve got to try and fill plot holes, fix prose and generally finesse the whole thing, without altering the storyline. Since, you know, it’s been available for a while. Anyway, I’m hoping to be able to rerelease
I hope you follow the crazy with me.
Have a good one,