Some of you may have noticed that I haven't blogged for a couple of weeks. For that, I apologize. I have been utterly exhausted for the last month and can barely keep up. I may be flirting with burnout thanks to working in human services.
When it comes to my spare time, I've found myself having to choose between working on this blog or working on my writing projects: both Sovadron (the crowdfund campaign is still going on, by the way) and a new novel that involves magical, flying wolves in space. I swear to God, I was not high when I thought of that.
So, for now I'm going to take a break from my blog. I'll let you guys know when something new comes out, like the short story collection and urban fantasy novella that will be released in July. But for now, I'm going to focus on catching my breath and writing what I love: epic fantasy craziness.
Thank you for your patience and your support. Love ya! :)
Sovadron IndieGoGo Crowdfund Campaign
Illustrator John Hawkins and I have decided to extend the IndieGoGo crowdfund campaign to raise funds for the Sovadron graphic novel another thirty days. That means you guys have another thirty days to ensure that this comic is successful.
Another thirty days to get your free perks.
Another thirty days of sneak peaks and character sketches.
Another thirty days of awesome. :)
To celebrate, we have added on more perk to the campaign. For those who donate $150, John Hawkins will turn you into a fantastical creature from the world of Sovadron.
Ever wondered what you would look like as an elf? A dwarf? A demon? Well, now's your chance! Click here to get the Fantastical Portrait perk. I'll contact you asking for a picture of your face (or your friend's/family's/spouse's, if it's a present) and what creature you want to be turned into.
This is a LIMITED TIME OFFER! Get your free portrait today!
The first Dragons, Zombies and Aliens blog was started in 2015. Somewhere between college coursework, paying rent with door-to-door sales, and keeping up with my sorority sisters, I wrote reviews, rants and commentaries on books, TV shows, and movies. Now, this blog has moved, improved, and the sky's the limit!