The start of June means I’m busting my butt to finish whatever I can in time for GenCon. Here’s my con schedule through September:
July 1-2: GEARCon in Portland, OR
July 6-9: NASFiC in San Juan, PR
August 1-3: MALCon in Denver, CO
August 20-24: GenCon in Indianapolis, IN
September 9: Readerfest in Renton, WA
September 30-Oct : GeekGirlCon in Seattle, WA
And that’s it. Looks like not much. Lies. All of it. I’m driving to all those places, except Puerto Rico. Turns out PR is an island. Who knew, right? July 23-29, I’ll be in Iowa, riding Ragbrai, which I’m also driving to. I also have other personal matters to tend to, which will result in me traveling all but a week or so from the last week of June through the end of August. For a value-added bonus, I’m having long-overdue dental work done in there somewhere.
And that leaves…not much time for writing. As usual.
This Ragbrai will be my last, at least for the foreseeable future. As I’m discovering this spring, training takes too much time away from writing. My parts aren’t very happy about the amount of riding I’ve been doing, either. At this point, I’m concerned about my knees and their ability to handle the whole ride.
At this time, I’m expecting to have two new books in time for GenCon. One is the fifth book of The Greatest Sin, title to be revealed with the cover in the near future. The other is Darkside Seattle: Fixer. More to come soon about both!