March 2019 was the month I started a new endeavor: I’ve begun writing a novel. I’ve just hit the 9000-word mark, so it’s already the longest piece of prose fiction I have to my name.
The idea for the book’s been floating around my head for a while now, but after having the chance to talk the plot over with a couple of friends, it’s now clear enough for me to finally start putting pen to paper. I must say, it’s a good feeling, and I have quite a bit of optimism about the way the book’s heading.
My other projects are coming along well. I’ve added a bit more polish to Midnight Widows prior to rolling out the crowdfunding campaign. And it shouldn’t be long before I can finally announce a particularly awesome gig that I’m currently obliged to stay silent about…
Articles of mine published elsewhere this month:
- The Vampyre’s Legacy, Part 3: Deconstructing the Vampire
- Amazing histories, March 1928: Sun and Moon
Article topics for April and beyond: