During a month when I should have been putting all my energy into launching The Midnight Hare into the world, I sat down and wrote another story, and did the first very rough rough – a story at the moment called The House, the Cat and the Snow, though that won’t be the final title. But now I have returned to what should be my priority at the moment, and am going to plunge into all the information I have acquired about getting one’s work out into the world.
I’ll also write a few words here and there about other projects. Why not?
I have had a re-order from Coldstream Crafts, and last week was told that the book had sold out in The Market Shop and Sallyport Gallery in Berwick, so I am taking a batch of copies down there this coming week; and I was also asked to send some copies to a bookshop in Orkney, so the Hare has flown up there too, which is a good thought.
Each day, when I can manage it, I shall make an entry into this blog, as it was set up in the first place as a record of my publishing myself, without sending The Midnight Hare out to any publishers. Some boxes have been emptied, so have had to be replenished from the cupboard where they are piled up (no-one is allowed to go into the cupboard, as they are tottering a bit at the moment).