So long, old year! Helloooooo, 2015! And how better to ring in the New Year than with Ever On Word’s official reveal of the cover of my next publication? Those of you who bump elbows with me on Facebook and Twitter may have seen this already, but it’s still just as purty the second (or, if you’ve been staring at it like I have, the umpteenth) time around!
A voice from the back calls out, “What’s your story about, Danielle?”
Well might you ask, anonymous person who is not Will Scarlet at all.
In a realm of infinite possibility, impossibility, and immortality, a broken boy begs to die.
Devoted childhood companion to the shattered Singer, Row will do anything to resurrect his friend’s will to live, including join him in exile in real-world London, where if the grueling battle against unemployment doesn’t kill you, the dodgy neighbor in the upstairs flat just might.
But as Singer’s grief festers and eviction looms, even irrepressible Row begins to doubt whether single-minded determination is enough to make ends – and two hurting hearts – meet.
This story and more are coming for ya on January 31st, along with the book’s Release Party! More on that as the date nears.
Now, then – in other headlines…
What’s New for Ever On Word?
For the last good while, I’ve been largely sticking to a three-day blogging schedule, with posts of various sorts on Mondays and Thursdays (book reviews, blog tour stops, snippets of fiction, miscellaneous chatter…), and Will Scarlet shenanigans on Saturdays. That’s been going all very well for me, but with all the other writing / rewriting / editing / publishing I continue to heap upon my plate, I’m ready to ease up on myself just a tad.
So from here on into the indefinite future, I’m cutting back to two regular posts a week – Scarlet’s stuff on Fridays (starting a week from tomorrow), and whatever else I wanna on any other weekday selected at my discretion. It’s a new year, baby. I’m gonna try this “flexibility” thing the kids keep talking about; see how it affects my quality of life.
Other resolutions of sorts for the year to come include:
– Get the remaining Wilderhark Tales (Books 6, short story collection 6.5, and 7) out into the world
– Figure out the steps required to run away to Germany to become a butler*
(*If you think I’m joking, think again.)
– Rewrite an old novel of mine into publishable shape
– Remember the encouragement that bolstered my poor little authorial heart upon reading this and this – each of them pieces worthy of “HYSRT! (Hey, You Should Read This!)” posts in their own right, but if I don’t stick them in here now, I may never get around to sharing them, so let’s seize the moment
– Continue seeking the balance between pushing myself and abstaining from self-cruelty
– Don’t lose the internal good I gained over the long, hard slog of 2014