Wednesday Weekly Roundup

I hope you had a fabulous Easter or Passover or Just Another Weekend! πŸ™‚ I used the time to change all my publishing plans again, LOL! So from next weekend new stories. The box sets have been postponed to the summer. And there might be a break in publishing during June, unless I manage to put together a few collections and book Mighty Editor on time.

I was hoping to be able to put up three paperbacks and order them, but one was stuck “in review” for 3 days, so my order for the first two was deleted after the first 24 hours. I had to wait until the third went live to order them all. Hopefully I’ll get them some time in the next couple of weeks.

Last week I wrote a little over 10K on the Duology and a related story before moving on. Like I said, I need to wait for the months to fly by and I still have to figure out a few kinks and rules necessary to worldbuilding, lest my readers get mad at me for contraddicting myself. It’s a different way of creating a parallel world from what I used to do, which might be why it’s taking me so long.

Remember the Infinite Bard? It still has my short story, The Raven, at the bottom… that list of free reads has grown to some 50 free stories to read online. Go check it out! πŸ™‚ New stories go live on Thursdays, I think.

Spring is here, and next weekend EUR is all closed up for the E-prix. And since last year they couldn’t run, they’re running on both days – with no public whatsoever. They also do a slightly different circuit because this year Fuksas “Nuvola” is a vaccination center. So hopefully it will take them less time to take down everything and allow us to get on with our lives.

I’ve taken the Writing Time Travel workshop, so I might write a few more time travel stories (I already wrote a couple for the Shared Worlds workshop). If you follow me on Bookbub (reviews tab), you can see I just finished a time travel novel and I’m starting on another one (although you won’t know which until I’m done and if I like it enough to recommend it, LOL).

I did write some time travel, precisely in Books of the Immortals – Fire that came out 10 years ago. If you haven’t read it yet, you can get it for free with Newsletter #2 coming out in June. Subscribe at the publisher’s page, as I already said quite a few times.

Soon I’ll be announcing another group effort. Thank you for those who purchased the IASFA sci-fi bundle and stay tuned for more offers, both free and paid. Easing off into the routine after a week off Day Job, I wish you a wonderful week! πŸ™‚



  1. Victoria Zigler

     /  12/04/2021

    Changed your plans again? Hmmm… Should I pretend to be surprised? LOL!

    We usually celebrate for the Spring Equinox rather than Easter, with only anything the family wants us involved in happening for Easter, but between my hand and then how I’ve reacted to the jab, we ended up not bothering with either this year. My hand is healing well, but I’m still dealing with the other stuff. My new asthma nurse is increasing my inhalers to a stronger one in hopes she can help with the elephant on the chest issue, but I’m still having to just try and do what I can myself for the rest of it.


    • Aw, this really sucks. Hopefully by the time I get a vaccine and manage to come over, you’ll be fine (I doubt it will be before the summer, so four months at least!). I’ll keep sending good vibes for your health!

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  2. Victoria Zigler

     /  12/04/2021

    *Hugs* Thanks. Can but hope. Hope you have an easy time of it when it’s your turn. Also hope the bruises on your arms are healing well.


    • The bruises are almost gone, the shoulder is almost healed… if only we could find spare parts for the body parts that stop functioning, LOL!

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  3. Victoria Zigler

     /  12/04/2021

    Yeah, no kidding. LOL!

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