July’s State Of The Writer Report

This will be a quick one, because man, am I busy lately.

  • June was another record sales month for me. I beat May sales by a healthy margin. I still have no idea what caused this surge, but I’m grateful for it.
  • It’s also given me great incentive to return to working on Action Figures – Issue Three: Pasts Imperfect after a too-long break (life stuff got in my way). Last weekend I knocked out 16 good pages, which I consider a big leap forward.
  • Action Figures – Issue One: Secret Origins got its first independent review (by which I mean, it wasn’t written by a friend and it wasn’t an Amazon review), and it was very positive. I am very pleased by this. You can go read it here.
  • Book one will be getting more exposure later in this month. I’ll have some promotional postcards on display at the Storied Threads booth at ConnectiCon, and I’ll be holding my first-ever book-signing on July 30 in my home town of Falmouth — at the Silver Shores Shanty, to be precise, where I’ll have a dozen books available (since, realistically, the turnout will likely be on the light side) at below-retail cost.

That’s about it for now. As you were.


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