Well, I haven’t posted in almost a month, contrary to my most sincere desires. My schedule these days looks a bit like this:
Get up around 6:30 to head to the gym.
Work out for about 45 minutes.
Get to work by 8:00 and spend the day answering phones, entering things into the computer, and finding little snippets of time to write where I can.
Get off work at 5:00 and find some dinner, then do one of three things:
– Write/other work
– Hang out with my boyfriend
– Socialize in some manner–church, writers group, friends, etc.
Then collapse sometime between 10:30 and midnight.
So while I make time to write (which at the moment includes publishing one book and revising another, plus guest posts for the upcoming blog tour, editing projects, and sometimes recording audiobooks) blogging sometimes kindof takes a back seat.
Which means sometimes, even though I would love to be creative, I’m not. Thus I’ve been wracking my brain for awhile trying to figure out some clever method of revealing the Firmament: Reversal Zone cover. But it finally occurred to me that the most important thing isn’t to be super creative and original, but to share with you the excitement of the new cover. So without any further worries or plotting, here is the Reversal Zone cover, in all its glory:
Meet Harrison Alastair Trent, the Captain of the starship Surveyor. And what is that peculiar cloudy substance behind him? Well, you’ll just have to wait a little bit longer and see. And if you’re absolutely dying to part with $2.99 of your hard-earned money now, you can actually pre-order the ebook, and it will be delivered automatically to your kindle/phone/computer on October 7th! Isn’t that handy?
I can’t wait to share it all with you. And maybe one day, I’ll have clever ideas for releases and cover reveals. But for now, I’m just grateful to be getting this book out.