Okay, so I’ve missed a few weeks (and I’ve gotten more comments than normal. Huh. So, to get comments on this blog, it seems I have to disappear without explanation for a while. Hm…). I don’t really have an excuse other than “Oops, I forgot, and I had no idea what to write about anyway.”
I got a bit of news this week, though: I’ll once again be returning to Ravencon 2019 as a ‘Programming Guest.’ I almost certainly will NOT be at Ravencon in 2020 (with the 2019 guest slot, I’ll have been a guest 3 times in a row. As I understand how things work at that convention, it wouldn’t matter if I was J.K. Rowling, I wouldn’t get four guest invites in a row), so I’ll have to think of a replacement event to attend that year, but I have plenty of time before then.
Honestly, I still don’t have any idea what to write about in this blog, any more, but as I have a book coming out soon (In Division Imperiled), it’s a bad idea to let it sit idle for too long.
With that in mind, I’m going to try something of an experiment. If I DON’T have anything to write about for the week, I’ll toss up an interesting\funny\etc. video or picture I’ve found somewhere around the web (usually via shamelessly stealing the link from someone on Facebook) for you to enjoy.
I’ll start it off with an old favorite of mine…
It’s been a while, so there are several of them. Another reason for bringing this blog back even though I don’t have anything to talk about: The long delay between posts has made some of the reason for these shares irrelevant (for example, several of these were intended for Halloween), but I figured I should go ahead and post them anyway.
Rapunzel by Laura Montgomery (free for a few days)
The Utter Truth by Cyn Bagley (oops, missed a free promotion. Sorry, guys!)
If You Should Choose This Mission by Cyn Bagley (see above)
Luna City Lucky Seven by Celia Hayes and Jeane Hayden (New release!)
Lab Gremlins by Cedar Sanderson (New release! Uh… for Halloween)
Mercenary Calling by Laura Montgomery (missed a free sale)
Death Comes to Merry Gardens by Elizabeth Bruner (Halloween-themed)
Like a Continental Soldier, by Laura Montgomery (Final book of a set that has been pushed here, before).