It’s been a busy couple weeks up on the mountain, with several new projects all happening at once. On top of dodging monsoon hailstorms while we start to harvest our early veggies from the garden, and trying to wage a war against a demonic gopher with designs on our tomatoes, we’ve moved all our communications over to a new email server. (Hopefully, you are still getting this. If not, then I guess I am winking in the dark.)
I’ve finally relaunched my website and blog (Really. Honest). I know I’ve said that before, but I’m posting a couple things a week there and think I’m starting to actually get some lift. For some reason, despite the fact that I can pound out a novel in a month, I struggle with writing a blog (there is a post on there about that in fact). But, since I’ve managed to stay after it for a month now, I think I’m getting the hang of it.
You can check it out at http://EricMichaelCraig.com. Give me some feedback, even if it’s just to say, “Hello, I’m here.” (I even put an email form on there that goes directly to MY inbox to make it easy.)
Writers love knowing that people are reading what they’re doing … I know I do.
I’m also running a free promo on Legacy of Pandora for the 6th and 7th of August so I decided to put a little background timeline that comes before Pandora on the site too.
You might want to give it a looksee, even if you’ve already read the prequel trilogy. There will probably be some stuff in there that gives a deeper insight into the history that got humanity from here to there.
Anyway, I think that’s all for now.
Dream well. Stay safe. And wish me luck against the gopher from hell.
PS: Just because spaceships are so cool… here is one by an artist I know. Dex Craig.
Alone beyond the edge of Civilization, the crew of the Jakob Waltz makes a discovery that will alter the course of history. A secret, buried at the edge of the solar system, which is the key to changing everything.
But only if Humanity can survive until the truth gets out.
If you haven’t read the prequels to Wings of Earth yet, why not?? Now is the perfect time to get book one of the trilogy. It’s FREE for two days.