My first Rebecca Kelly/GCI novel Going to the Chapel has been licensed for audio by Oasis, which means in approximately six months to a year it should be released on CD. I have other novels on CD, but all of them were WFH that I can't talk about, so I'm really delighted to have one to add to the public works list.
After much consideration, I went with an excerpt of the first novel in the new dark fantasy series for the back teaser in Stay the Night. I don't want to give away too many details about it just yet for reasons better left unexplained, but the current title of the new book -- still pending full approval by the publisher -- is Shadowlight.
I appreciate the many condolences and e-mails you all sent about Rush. I've been trying not to look at the spot by my office window where he always napped in the sunlight, but finally I put a little pot of violets there and that made me feel better. It's hard for me to accept that he's gone from my life, but I know he's in good hands now.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Posted by the author at 1:30 AM
Labels: the writing life
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Congratulations on officially going audio! And I love the title.ReplyDelete
Congrats on going audio! Shadowlight is an great title, can't wait to read the book.ReplyDelete
I was very sorry to read about Rush, but it sounds like he had a happy life with you and your family.
The title "Shadowlight" is quite intriguing. Great for a dark fantasy series I think.ReplyDelete
Shadowlight is a great title! Can't wait to read more about it.ReplyDelete
Congrats on another audiobook -- and the first one you can talk about. I love audiobooks.ReplyDelete
A pot of violets to look at should help you smile a little when you look at Rush's window perch. It should help with the transition, at least.
Absolutely nothing to do with your post, except that it is kind of random.ReplyDelete
A couple of years ago (I think) you gave a link to a character questionnaire that another writer had developed. I think it was in one of your Left Behind workshops, but for the life of me I cannot find it.
I love the new title. Hope it gets approved!ReplyDelete
Violets, that's so wonderful! Have a good day, hon.
Sandy l wrote: A couple of years ago (I think) you gave a link to a character questionnaire that another writer had developed. I think it was in one of your Left Behind workshops, but for the life of me I cannot find it.ReplyDelete
I'm sorry I took so long to answer this one, Sandy, but I had to do some digging in the archives. I think you mean The Gotham Writers' Workshop Character Questionnaires. If that's not the one you're looking for, let me know (along with some more details if you can remember specifics) and I'll check the archives again.