Ever since spring I had meant to add all the books I published last year, but I only get round to it now. Somehow time seems to go faster with every year (Help! I’m getting old). Yesterday I got started.
The overview of my books is done, but some of the individual book pages are still missing. Therefore you’ll stumble over an “Under Construction” sign in some places for a while. Don’t be annoyed. It was the only way to avoid dead links.
I promise to work as quickly as I can, after all I want to be done before November. As always I’m starting NaNoWriMo, a month where authors all over the world try to write 50,000 words, on November 1st. If one can write every day, one needs to get 1667 words per day. Since I have to take the weekends off (due to my children), I need to write 2381 words. That doesn’t sound like much but is hard work if the words are supposed to make sense. copying the word NaNoWriMo 50,000 times is not an option for me. 😀
By the way, next week there’ll be another episode of our quarter annual Storytime Bloghop. My story will be in English and German (as always) and only available for a limited time. I hope you’re looking forward to it.
Last but not least, I’ll be at two books fairs. The first will be the BuCon in Dreieich near Frankfurt (Main) next Saturday where I’ll be reading at 2:00pm in Deep Space 4 from my Amadi-Trilogy. And on the first weekend in November I’ll be at the schriftGut in Dresden where I’ll be reading too. You can hear about Juma’s Rain Saturday, November 5th at 1:00pm on Bühne 1. For those that are in the area (however unlikely that might be) it’s a good chance to meet me in person.
2 thoughts on “spring cleaning (late) & book fairs”
Happy Writing with NaNo., Book Fairs sound like fun. Never done one. Like the new look of your site. Hugs
Juneta @ Writer’s Gambit
Thanks. I’m still busy building new pages.
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