Book Sales and Updates

Hey, squiders. I smashed my thumb in the car door on Sunday, and let me just say, that hurts a stupid amount. Like, it’s some of the worst pain I’ve ever felt in my life, and it’s not even broken (though I suspect I may lose the fingernail in the coming weeks). What the heck, thumb.

At least I can touch things again, though, without it sending sharp waves of pain up my entire forearm. I mean, seriously.

But, anyway! On to more interesting things.

Smashwords is doing their Read an Ebook Week sale this week, so you can get Hidden Worlds or Shards for half off!

(Man, I still can’t believe HW is ten years old. Madness. Older than my actual small, mobile ones.)

The nonfiction books and workbooks continue apace. The sixth is currently up for pre-order and will be released next week.

I’m actually really excited to have this one coming out. It’s the first one I wrote (and so was not blogged and is completely new content) and the one that made me think about doing the series in the first place. It’s about working on more than one project at a time, and how to make sure you’re not wasting time and energy waffling about what to work on or wishing you were working on something else.

(And there’s a workbook that goes with it.)

As we get to the end of the Writers’ Motivation series (at least for now, and at least in book form–I’m working on my next SkillShare class at the moment, about how to set goals and stick to them), it is interesting to look back on the exercise. It’s a project I started on a whim because I took a webinar back in 2015, and it’s cool to finally see it out in the world. There’s one more book (about submission and publication) for now, and then we’re done!

(Here are the books again:

…and the workbooks:

It’s a lot of books, all the way around. Always neat to get to the end of a project.

What have you been up to, squiders?

2 responses to this post.

  1. Good job–the prerelease, I mean, not the thumb. šŸ˜€

    Reply

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