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What I've Been Up To

Dragon Con was a blast this year! The kiddo and I went with my aunt as Tanjero, Nezuko, and Zenitsu from Demon Slayer. No, I don't have any pics to post. Of course, we'll be go back again next year. This time, different characters from the Demon Slayer world, possibly from Tokyo Ghoul, maybe The Promised Neverland, or InuYasha. Black Butler isn't off the table either. The plans are still in the works, so that line up will most likely change.


I've been writing, crocheting (new hobby), and thinking about setting up my hydroponics garden again. If you want to learn how to crochet, I highly recommend The Woobles. You're not going to learn it right off the bat, but I suggest getting a beginner wooble and see what you can do. By my third one, I can tell a huge difference between that and the first one.


Oh and before I forget, another amazing author from Mocha Memoirs Press has a new release. Check out this book cover for P.A. Cornell! Congrats!

When Parker signed up for the new colony world, they said the journey would be easy; just a nice, long stasis nap, followed by a smooth descent in landing pods.


They were wrong.


When an asteroid impact damages their pod, Parker and her fellow passengers are prematurely launched and left stranded on a wild, uninhabited moon–the remnant of a failed terra forming experiment.


With no way to call for help, the group must race against a rapidly-closing window of time to reach an abandoned camp before their slim chance at rescue is gone forever. Their journey will be far from easy as the dangers of this new alien landscape reveal themselves at every turn. The only one who can lead them through it is Parker.


But she has her own priorities- Survival may not be one of them.


Buy the ebook here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BDNXG5GT

Paperback SOON!

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