It has been a very busy month and a mountaintop sort of time! I have sent out tons of short stories to various publications and even submitted a book query. Publishers Weekly has offered to review Gryphendale as well.
My short story, “Trust Old Juniper” has been accepted to be published in Chantwood Magazine (https://chantwoodmagazine.com/), and I am thrilled! “Trust Old Juniper” is about a Gnome who loses his father and gains a very strange inheritance: a bag of gold, an old brass key, and a bottle of cyanide. You’ll have to wait for the magazine to come out to find out the trouble this leads him through.
I have another short story, my very first pure humorous piece, that the publishers have requested for more. It’s great to know I can tell a joke! I’m hoping that to hear back from them soon.
Also, The Shadow of the Gryphon audiobook is in its last phase of recording! The book will be available in November on Amazon or iTunes. I’m thrilled at the work Ken Chambers has put into this project. Keep an eye out for when this book gets released.
November starts the National Novel Writing Month and tons of authors are getting involved. The goal is to write 50,000 words in one month. I have never really kept track of my writing total. It will be fun to find out if I can do it. If you would like to join a group of us at Goodreads who are tackling this goal, check us out: Christian Speculative Fiction
Since so many cool things are happening in November, there will be some sales for my books, Gryphendale and The Shadow of the Gryphon, coming out to celebrate. It will be posted here and on my social media accounts.
If you would like to keep up with what I’ve been doing, feel free to follow me on Facebook or Twitter. I’m staying busy trying to create more tales from the land of Gryphendale. Sometimes, I also post book reviews and writing humor. Most of all, I am have lots of fun and I hope you join me for some of my adventures.