Easter and updates

I've been working myself ragged lately. Sleeping less than I have in ages, doing more manual labor and mental acrobatics than I should be, and writing and editing whenever I get the chance. It's been an interesting, if busy, time.

I did manage to find time to take all orders from last week, including some of the winners from the Facebook giveaway, to the post office and have them mailed out. If you bought an item from me, you'll be receiving an email letting you know either the tracking code or the estimated arrival time for your book.

It's Easter today, and while I'm not at all religious, I was raised Catholic. I spent the evening with my brother and my dad at the house I grew up in. My dad made a delicious beef roast, and I handled the trimmings (mashed potatoes, gravy, and green beans). I love spending time with my family, and I do it whenever I get the chance, so it was great to see some of them.

Now, it's back to work. One of my many day-jobs is on for tomorrow at 8am, more the rest of the week, and a trip out to Phoenix, Arizona and L.A. sometime during the week of the 13th. If you live in those areas and would like to drop by and see me, do contact me and let me know.

Progress on the leather bounds still continues, but I expect they will be up sometime before my trip, or directly after. It all depends on how much work I have this week. I also added a new item to the storefront: the Original Cover Art for "A Glimpse into Madness."  I put this up because I will be publishing "Moribund" sometime late this year or early next, and I'm looking for ways to reduce printing costs. Details regarding that can be found on the product description.

I think that's it for the moment. I'm exhausted, so I'm going to bed... after I transcribe a few of these edits.
I don't have a problem. You can't prove a thing.

~Sean Walter