If we keep our legs crossed. the Kindle exclusive of my Christmas novella A Christmas Canticle should be available on 1 December 2013. It will be about $2.99 and will be a way for me to raise money for the animals, so I am relying on all you wonderful people to buy it and share the information so others will buy, too. The cover illustration is by Laura Meese, the talented graphic designer who has designed all my book covers with me so far. And if I have my way, there will be some illustrations inside, but more on that later once I have it locked in.
Some of my other projects I've been working on this year have been pushed back a little due to personal issues, but I will still be working on them and hope to have some more unveilings in the coming months. Never fear, I don't give up easily.
On a side note, I have rediscovered my enjoyment of The Addams Family and The Munsters. I've been watching episodes again and enjoying myself quite a bit.
Speaking of television shows, I'm also enjoying Sleepy Hollow. I understand it has already been renewed for a second season. I just hope they steer clear of getting all preachy, but it does seem to be going in that direction. My verdict is still out on the Witches of East End. I'm going to give that one a couple more episodes to see if it grows on me. Mädchen Amick is looking pretty spectacular and it may be worth it to just watch for her.
I attempted to watch The Blacklist. At first it was a bad take on Hannibal Lecter and then Spader made the character his own. Unfortunately, the show, to me, seems like it's going to be nothing more than the female agent in peril week after week and it's already gotten old for me after only like three episodes, so I deleted it from my DVR list.
Two episodes into American Horror Story: Coven and I have to say, it's a big improvement over the last series Asylum--although that's not really saying much. Unfortunately, it's not really grabbing me the first series Murder House did. I'll give it a couple more episodes because I do love witches.
As for reading, right now I am in the middle of J.R. Ward's fifth novel of the Fallen Angels, Possession. It's not bad. Not as good as my favorite one so far, book four Rapture, but it's not bad. I do believe there will only be seven books in this series. I find I enjoy this series far more than I did the Black Dagger Brotherhood. And I am also re-reading Kim Harrison's the Hollows series in anticipation of book 12 The Undead Pool next year. She is indeed ending the series at book 13, which is a wise decision.
That is about all I have to report. I promise I will try not to be gone so long