The final battle of Journeyman Warsmith is drawing near. It's still in rough draft, but the word count is 80k and climbing.
Every weekday that I'm not at my hobby in Boise, I'll be writing across the river for a few hours, supporting my favorite mom and pop sandwich shop. It's the best way to get back on track with my writing goals for the near future. It's also quite tasty, and I've been running into a few familiar faces I hadn't seen in a while.
I'm also working on another interview in the intermittent Tuesday Talk series, with my editor, Ken Rodgers. I had the privilege of screening his documentary, Bravo! Common Men, Uncommon Valor this weekend with my family. I'm going to have to watch it again next weekend, and get the interview questions rounded up.
Talked with a lawyer this weekend, and my concerns about copyright issues were utterly baseless. Fixes and formatting for a print version will begin shortly, and I'll have to talk with the audiobook producer again to get on her schedule. Still not much progress on the second cover, but we'll get it done. Contacted a logo designer for ideas on designs for a publishing logo to work under.
Small steps. Very quickly. Trying not to bite off more than I can chew at one time, but definitely not chewing each bite 32 times. We're going to get there.