March status update

My project tracker speaks for itself today:


Yesterday’s Demons is done! I finished it late Friday (early Saturday, technically). Then I celebrated with a bowl of cereal.


I chose a mix of vintage 2015 Boo-Berry and 2015 Franken Berry, and since this was a celebratory bowl, I added extra marshmallows. My beloved Disneyland coffee mug, seen in the background, contained the last of the Gevalia Columbian coffee that got me through the final copy edits.

I have two patron saints when it comes to writing. The first is St. Therese of Lisieux. My wife and I have long had a great devotion to her, but that is a story for another time. I look to her as the patron of the art itself. As far as the business of publishing is concerned, my patron is St. John of God. He was my confirmation saint, and he is the patron saint of booksellers. In a calendar coincidence, his feast day was yesterday, March 8, just three days after I completed the book’s text and began the process of putting it on sale.

Speaking of which, now is as good a time as any to announce that Yesterday’s Demons goes on sale in eBook on Tuesday, April 12, 2016!

I’ll have a lot more to say about that in the coming weeks. For now, I once more express my thanks to everyone reading this. At this point in my career, almost everyone following me knows me personally. That means this is the very special time in my career in which every one of my fans is also a Loyal Friend and True. I’d never have gotten this far without you. Thank you, and,

Deus vobiscum.

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