It’s been a while since I posted an update, but a LOT has been going on! I don’t even know where to begin!
First of all, I’m excited to announce that ALL of my books are now available to read for FREE on Kindle Unlimited! That’s right! Now you can read Boy Band for FREE and no one has to know!
Speaking of Boy Band, this past weekend was Dallas Fan Expo (Comic Con) and BOY BAND SOLD OUT. I literally sold ONE copy last year and this year it SOLD OUT. I was kicking myself for not bringing more copies! I don’t know what the deal was! Suddenly it was really popular!
Other than that, however, Comic Con was a total blast. I shared a booth with authors James William Peercy, a dear friend, and Steve Reedy, a new children’s book author. Well, technically, he writes stories for all ages but kids really seem to like his book (I haven’t read it yet, but I will soon!).
This year, I did something new. I stopped people who were dressed as my favorite characters and asked them to pose with my book. I’ll be the first to admit I may have had a little too much fun…
I was really excited to meet that person in the dinosaur costume. They’re just too funny! I swear I laugh EVERY time I see one of those videos!
After Comic Con, I had one day off before waking up bright and early to drive up to Arkansas to see my sister. She’s studying opera there for the summer and Tuesday night was her first appearance as Pinocchio.
The entire show was ridiculously cute. The cast did such a great job.
Since they performed at the Botanical Gardens, I was also able to walk around a bit before the show. And of course, I took about a thousand pictures.
Finally, on my way home from Arkansas, I made a quick detour to Hugo, Oklahoma. Those of you who’ve read the third Cemetery Tours will recognize Hugo as the setting for the third novel, After Death. Hugo is known as Circus City, USA. In fact, so much of the circus’ history is rooted in Hugo that there is a Circus Cemetery called Showmen’s Rest. I featured this cemetery in After Death and yesterday, I stopped by to visit and to pay my respects for those who celebrated life under the Big Top.
Now, I think I’m finally home for the summer and ready to get back to work! I’m hoping to officially announce a release date for Worldwide soon!
Love you all!