So, I’m definitely still getting used to the rigors involved in managing two jobs like this. On the one hand, I’m a full-time lawyer with my own practice. On the other, I’m trying to write and build something of a following of people who, I hope, like my stuff. Hard to do that when I don’t post, right? It’s a work in progress. One day I’ll learn how to not jump in the deep end of the pool, which you would think would be easier given that I can’t swim. Oh well. Forgive me, please?
As to my writing, I was absolutely honored to be part of an anthology put out by Dreamspinner Press. It’s called One Pulse, and all proceeds go to organizations to help the victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting. You can pick it up here. Thirty authors, 650 pages. It’s amazing, and I’m blessed to be part of it.
Now, some of you may know that next month is NaNoWriMo. For those of you who don’t know what that is, it’s National Novel Writing Month. For a short synopsis, hundreds of thousands of authors across the globe strive to write 50,000 words of a new piece of work in 30 days. Yes, that works out to 1,667 words per day. Each day. For thirty days. OR… you can be like me, and be an overachiever. We won’t discuss my word count goal yet, but you’ll hear more about that closer to the end of the month. Suffice it to say that you’ll see a lot of books on the front page soon, and I’ll update those as next month progresses.
A quick change you’ll see right now. Professorial Arrangement is being tentatively renamed Special Prosecution, which I like infinitely better. New name, same awesome story.
Last, my Alex’s Law shorts. Are still coming. Don’t you worry about that. There will be more, and once I get into the groove of this whole thing, you’ll probably wish I’d stop.
So, that’s all for me. Hope that makes sense, and look forward to seeing me way sooner than 60 days!