But what else happened? As a parent with young kids, new to the Northwest, new to my job, I’m not quite sure I could tell you. But I’ll try to dredge it up from somewhere in my sleep-deprived brain.
-Before Veil of a Warrior even debuted, I released Seeking the Veil, a companion novelette and experiment with learning the Amazon publishing environment.
-I got involved in two writing seminars by Erik Wecks and met some local writers.
-Went to my 2nd (EVER!) Convention.
-Maybe other stuff?????
Did I hit my goals? I would grudgingly say yes, but I have high aspirations and it can be hard to celebrate before I am turning my eye to what’s next on my list. I've been hoping to publish my book since late 2010. This year, I made it a reality. Fact is, it could have been published mid-year, except I had the "brilliant" idea to try my hand at some related Hammerblood stories. To give people a bite-sized introductory chunk to the epic fantasy that is Veil of a Warrior. Seeking the Veil was the result. I am proud of Part 1 and when the 3-part piece is complete, it will stand as a piece of work entirely separate from Veil of a Warrior. Which is a good thing, because it pushed back my production schedule of Book 2.
Question is: What’s in store for 2015?
• Year in Review, Part 2 •