March was eventful for me, since I usually stay at home and hide under large rocks.
I participated in the pixelproject fundraiser. As of this morning, I have mailed or hand-delivered two of the three books that donors chose in that auction (the third is not finished, not published, and promised to the third donor when both of those things occur); I have had the absolute pleasure of speaking with the readers who chose the 30 minute hangouts.
During the month, however, I continued my normal writing schedule, with a brief break of two days to attend a convention.
So, this is where the writing currently stands. Cast in Deception, as it is currently called, is due in April; it is most of the way there, although it will probably be mid-April before I can type “the end”, figuratively speaking.
When I am finished the due-in-April novel, I will immediately begin work on the Severn short story.
War is now on its final internal arc. I have… more words to go to finish it than I do to finish the Cast novel. I do not know how many more words, but I do know that this is the start of the home stretch.
As of this writing, I’m uncertain that I will be attending conventions this year; the only exception is a convention in Ottawa. Travel across the US border has become increasingly fraught. But I remain hopeful.