A brief update on all things literary going on in my life at the moment. It is now confirmed that I will be running a workshop as part of the Finchley Literary Festival in May which is both exciting and frightening in equal measures, but it's too late to back down now. It will be held at Church End Library on Saturday 23rd. The workshop will be about creating not just characters but also cultures for epic fantasy novels.
I have complete two new novels both of which I have sent off to publishers for consideration for publishing, a dark fantasy and a sci-fi novel. I've also completed cover art for both of those. I'm still working on the Atlantis and the Game of Time sequel, not actively at the moment but it is next on my completion list. I'm stuck on one scene that needs a particularly high amount of research the details of which are not forthcoming. I'm also working on a children's novel which I would also like to get completed this year. On top of that, like holding down a full time job and writing novels is not enough, I've also decided to try my hand at some twitch streaming. You'll find more details on that in a few days time on my Gamer Blog. I doubt it will go anywhere, but it sounds like fun.
So it's all go here for me at the moment. I apologise if my blog posts are less than weekly, but I will try to update when I can. To be fair, I don't lead the most exciting life in the world.
I did find a copy of "Atlantis and the Game of Time" for sale along with a number of other Kristell Ink titles in a shop in St Nicholas market, when I was back in Bristol over the weekend, which was really nice to see. I think I may have Joanne Hall to thank for that, a fellow Kristell Ink author, you can check out her blog here .
I'm always interested in hearing of the smaller independent stores stocking my books, so if you spot any then feel free to drop me a comment and let me know.
Anyway, I think that is all for now. Happy writing and reading all!