Welcome back! We have finally made it to the month of May, and for many of us we are still under ‘Stay-at-home-orders’ or we are only half-way to getting life back to the way that we used to know it. No matter you dice it, please, stay safe and healthy. I can honestly say at this point, my family, my boyfriend, and myself are all healthy and safe.
Now normally, at the beginning of the month, I would give some sort of update on how things are going here at Moonspinner3 Books; however, I want to start this month by giving a brief or some what brief overview of what I will be trying to work on this month.
Last month, during the update I completed all of the previous novels being updated. On that note, I have also completed The Eighth Dwarf. Now currently, I’m working on finishing Crimson Solider, which means that I am working on edits, and the final draft. Furthermore, after Crimson Soldier is completed, I will either be starting on Crimson Saloon or I will be starting the prep work for The Dark Side of the Rose. I’m still thinking about which one I will start next.
See, I’m trying to be good about working on one project at a time.
Other Things to Note:
I am starting to, or rather trying to plan out my posts that I want to put on here. In the past, I have always just written on here about topics that I have seen or heard put on social media. I have written posts on updates of what is going on with Moonspinner3 Books, which included the projects that I am currently working on. But no matter what I post on here, I also have one goal in mind and that is to help fellow authors with their writing, and their craft.
So what does May look like?
Well, May to me looks like, spending time updating this website for sure. Now, I’m not changing the look and feel of the site again. But rather adding pages that get me to where I want to go with Moonspinner3 Books while still help fellow authors while also building this up as my platform.
There is more to come on this, so please stay tune.
I’m going to leave it here, for now so that I don’t give too much away.
As always, thank you for your continued support. I hope that you have great writing day! Please, stay safe and healthy until next time.