August was a low words month. That’s unusual for me as I normally toss out hundreds of words and then toss out just as many before deciding on something I like. This month I was gone a lot and and I was editing.
I wrote a little about the Writer’s Police Academy earlier. I loved being there and getting to experience the scenarios they set up for us. This is a great group of folks if you happen to write. Heck, they’re great anyway, but you might not run into them if you aren’t a writer.
I did a lot of editing this month. I got through the final big pass of the latest Whisper novel and gave it a name (beyond Whisper Nine) and it’s now called Secrets Not Whispers. There’s a preliminary cover and by the end of the week there should be a final cover. I think I even have a blurb for it, which is always the most difficult part for me.
I wrote two short stories, one of which is up in ebook format. The story is Familiar Trouble. I have another off to a beta reader but that will be up next month. I still have a few days so I need to write one more to get out in circulation as a few have come off sales circulation, mostly being published by My Big Fat Orange Cat Publishing.
So, it wasn’t a huge month, but it wasn’t a bad month. And for those who love cats, yes, Familiar Trouble has a cat!