Let’s start with writing updates and links. Oh yes, lots of links, for I have been very productive in these last few months. Listed below are places I am contributing to, along with what exactly I contribute. Please take a look at each of them and give support, if you’re able.
- Mind Worth Fighting For – https://www.mindworthfightingfor.com/
This website is run by a gal who is very dear to me. It’s a campaign against depression. It’s a non-judgmental place where you can get the answers and support you need from an amazing person who has taken the time during her own struggles to research and provide support here for others. Under the Team tab of this website, you will find me listed as Editor-in-Chief.
- Pleasant Reading – http://pleasantreads.com/
I came across a Facebook post requesting article writers and before I knew it, I was uploading my third post. This website has a lot to offer for readers and writers alike. This is where I’ll be posting How-To articles, book reviews, author interviews, and so much more.
- Steven Capps – https://stevencapps.com/
Here you’ll find several helpful writing articles. Several of mine will also crop up every now and then.
This is sounding more and more like a resume rather than a blog article, so let’s shift gears here.
The “Shadows of the Abyss” anthology and Villain anthology deadlines are today. Both have tentative publishing dates set for August. The Paranormal anthology deadline isn’t until the end of next month.
In between work and writing articles, I’m working on many of my own projects. The two currently on the forefront of my massive list are still “Beastly” and “Rogue Princess.”
“Beastly” is to be published under my pen name Vanessa Bane. It’s a very new version of Beauty and the Beast, where the ‘Belle’ character is actually the beast. This story is flowing rapidly and it’s all I can do to keep up with the characters. I’m looking at a publishing date sometime later this year.
“Rogue Princess” is a trunked story of ten years or so and will be published under my author name J.E. Feldman. It has been through some serious changes, including being melded with another story of similar caliber. Currently, this story has a 50/50 chance of being published this year.
There are so many other projects I currently work on and off right now, they are hardly worth bringing up unless a publishing date is near in sight. Everyone has been so excited waiting for “Strangers from Enamyre: Book Three of the Arbedenion Trilogy” to receive a publishing date, but as stated before, the book has been giving me hell to write and it has to be perfect. Even though it is staged for an eleven-book series at this point, many things need to be tied neatly into a bow before this book can end.
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