My original plan for this weeks blog included the cover reveal for the next Law of Swords book, perhaps have that concluding blog for This Book Cannot Make Any Money (though I’m leaning, now, towards just leaving things as they are), and if I’d gotten my schedule for Ravencon, maybe I’d start going through that (still haven’t gotten it, yet, though. I have no idea whether I got any or all of the panels I signed up for or not).
But I’d forgotten that today was April Fools day, and anything I did on those subjects would probably be regarded as an April Fools prank.
But there is one thing I could talk about which I can prove isn’t an April Fools Prank (and which is so simple, why would it be a prank?): The audiobook for The Merrimack Event goes on sale, live, this Tuesday (as I mentioned last week). I’ve been giving you the Tantor link, so far, but now a pre-order link has appeared on Amazon. Yes, Tantor distributes to the more popular audiobook channels such as Audible, too (and to iTunes, Hoopla, and many other audiobook channels I don’t keep an eye on).
I’d say more, but again — anything else I said might be regarded as an April Fools prank, so… um, next week, I’ll be doing at least some of the things I planned for this week?