I’ve started posting author profiles on the Haunted bundle’s Facebook page. 🙂 Each profile contains information about one of the stories in the bundle, as well as cover images for some of the author’s other work, and links to where you can find that author online. I’ll be posting one every day until I’ve made it through all 20 authors.
This is the first bundle I’ve been in that was available on both BundleRabbit and other sales channels (Kobo, Amazon, iBooks, and Barnes & Noble). It’s been really neat to see the bundle have also-boughts so soon after launch. An ‘also-bought’ is when you look on Amazon or wherever and see a section that says something like “people who bought this book also bought these other books.”
The next bundle up is the Faerie Summer, which launches May 1st. I still need to make the finishing touches on my own story (and come up with a title…), but I really love this story and can’t wait to see it out in the world. It’s about a little girl who accidentally wandered into the realm of Faerie, and doesn’t know how to get home again. One of the faeries who finds her is a minor character in my almost-done-really novel, and it was fun to write about him as a child. He’s definitely going to appear again in the future.
I’ve been busy catching up on classwork. I have one more week of videos to watch in the Endings class (yes, that’s about how to write good story endings), just did the first homework assignment for the Point of View class, and I’m, ahem, working on catching up on videos from one of the classes I took last summer. 🙂 The homework assignment I just turned in last night involved writing about 500 words of a story opening, and while I’m not yet sure where my opening is going, it’s clearly going to become a full story so I’ve added it to my list of projects to work on someday.
And now I have a new project: figure out which WordPress plugin is wreaking havoc with my website. 🙂