The month of Halloween is now upon us. Keeping an eye on upcoming events, chances are good that I'll make it to the UK GhostStory Festival this November. I don't know if I'd do any readings or be on any panels - but at the very least, I'd like to be there. Eevn if it's only for a day. More news on that as and when I have it. Due to the current (COVID-19) pandemic, the ChillerCon UK event is currently postponed until mid-March 2022.
October sees me playing catch-up; the joys of busy end to September - FantasyCon being a fun (but taxing) part of it. New work is expected to drop this month: Halloween non-fiction and a some new fiction that serves as a companion piece to the Sunset Is Just The Beginning mythos.
I'm looking to get back to my passion project, and rattle off the first draft ASAP. There are still a couple of novels to whip into shape; one of which I really need to clear off my desk, given how long ago I actually wrote the thing.
Thankfully, there's no major beta duty to pull for the foreseeable future. Just as well, because there's still a lot of work to be done. That's assuming the muse doesn't get any more bright ideas in the meantime...
Busy is as busy does.