First, Michelle would like you to know that “there are 6 copies of Magic Triumphs at Waterstones Piccadilly in London – if we sell out over the weekend, they’ll let me order in more copies!”
Den of Geeks made a cool intro to Kate Daniels feature, available here.
If you are attending Dragoncon, the best way to keep up with it is to download the app to your mobile device here: http://app.core-apps.com/dragoncon18. Someone asked if our books will be available for signing there, yes, they will be.
We are still hoping to get the innkeeper to you today, but we are also trying to get through all of our errands. This week was… eventful. Artha the Granddog had a cancer scare and was diagnosed with future hip dysplasia. Kid 1 moved yesterday and is now trying to navigate the box jungle in the new place. I still haven’t picked up dry cleaning for the trip. Argh.
I have two requests. Flying isn’t my super-favorite and I deal with it by listening to audiobooks and knitting. As long as I am knitting and have an audio book, I am cool as a cucumber.
So, I need a knitting project suitable for travel. Something that doesn’t require too many color changes, not too awfully charty, and is not blanket-large. You know, varied enough just to keep your interest.
I also need some audiobooks. My go-to is Jack Campbell’s Lost Fleet series. I have no idea why listening to spaceships blow up steadies me, but it does. Sadly, I just can’t get into the sequels past the original series. The Martian also works for me. Something about the measured pace of it reassures me. So if you are a fan of both and can recommend something in the same vein, it would be much appreciated.