September at last. And it’s going to be a busy one. July and August were fun with all the programs and blogging, but finally the heavy-duty promotion for Hell With the Lid Blown Off is winding down (which I have to say I’ve gotten the best reviews ever on this book) and I’ve begun working on Book Eight in the series. However, it looks like the writing is going to be sporadic throughout this month, since I’ve gotten myself involved with the Arizona State Library’s OneBook Arizona creative writing program.
This mean I’m going to be doing a lot of traveling and presenting writing workshops all over the state in September, starting at the end of this week, September 5 and 6, when I’ll be giving workshops on Writing Historical Novels and on Creating Great Characters in Snowflake, Holbrook, and Heber-Overgard, all in the high country of north-eastern Arizona. I’ll also be giving workshops in Cottonwood, Lake Havasu City, and Florence later on in the month, so check out the EVENTS page to see the details of times, dates, and topics. The house-sitter is on call, the car is gassed up, and my traveling shoes are on. I hope to see you there, but if you don’t live in rural Arizona, don’t worry. I’ll post pictures.