Monday, October 05, 2015

What I've learned during my summer workation

I'll admit, I'm a little surprised at how long it has been since I last posted at this blog. I will most assuredly post more often in the coming weeks, as I have many posts in the works, including a review of a book of poetry, a Q&A with an author friend, and -- most likely the next post -- the cover reveal for the next book by Elephant's Bookshelf Press: Horrors: Real, Imagined, and Deadly.

Over the past couple of months, I've been working on the horror anthology and editing the next installment of the Billy Bobble series (another post or two to come as the fall progresses). But I've also been studying more about the publishing industry. Leading into 2016, I anticipate that you'll see some changes on this blog, but more significantly there'll be improvements on the EBP website, where I'll alter the way I use it -- in short: less billboard, more community.

With that in mind, I'd love to hear what you all have been doing. Feel free to share your goals for the rest of the year, or what you've accomplished so far. My goal with EBP has always been to help aspiring talented authors gain an audience, so let's work together. Indeed, our goals are often similar!


JeffO said...

I've mostly been avoiding revising my current manuscript--it's been giving me fits!

Matt Sinclair said...

Sorry to hear that, Jeff. You've got a great voice: believe in it and it'll flow just fine soon enough.