Jeff Seymour - Author of Fantasy, Literary Fiction, & c.: News for the Week of 12.19.12: Continuing Fuzziness, Holiday Travels, and Interviews!

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

News for the Week of 12.19.12: Continuing Fuzziness, Holiday Travels, and Interviews!


Hello Friends and Readers!

As always, welcome welcome to those of you who are new. Soulwoven has been clipping along nicely, given the time of year. Many thanks to those of you who have been going through and voting for every chapter you liked. It’s made a big difference in the number of votes overall and in Soulwoven’s story ranking. You guys are awesome!

In other news, my head is still fuzzy from getting kicked at Muay Thai. Let that be a lesson to you all: concussions (and even near-concussions) are no joke. I’ve been able to get a little writing done, however, and I’m hoping that by next week I’ll be back to full functionality (although I think I said that last week, too…).

In other news, I’m also kicking off a new series of Wattpad interviews with authors! The first one, conducted with soon-to-be-featured, Curtis Brown (a big U.K. literary agency)-represented Gytha Lodge, will go up on Friday. Sometime shortly thereafter (it was meant to be the next week, but then I got kicked in the head…), the second will go up with Wattpad-featured, independently published author David Alastair Hayden. I’m always open to new interview ideas, so if there’s anyone you’d particularly like to hear from, let me know who and I’ll get in touch with them. :-)

That’s all for now. I’m writing from Boston today, and then tomorrow I get on a bus to Albany, where I meet a car that’s going to drive me to a small town in the Adirondack mountains, where I’ll spend Christmas with my girlfriend and her family. It’s supposed to snow six to eight inches the day after I get in.

I’m quite looking forward to it. :-)

I hope you all have enjoyable holidays of your own, wherever in the world you may be, and whatever you may be celebrating. The solstice is in a few short (or long, in the southern hemisphere) days. Enjoy it!

Season’s greetings, happy thoughts, and fond wishes,
Jeff

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