Flying like a headless chicken through space

With days to go before I launch The Journey Home on my Facebook page, things are a bit chaotic over here in writing central. I’m busily trying to get more people involved in the launch and the ongoing crowdfunding campaign for my 2017 Book Tour. My Patreon page could do with a boost too. So if you see me flying round in orbit, arms flapping, you know why.

In other news, I’m currently signed off by my doctor until January… which means I’m devoting more time to the writing/sketching/crowdfunding as I can do all of that from my bed or couch. They still haven’t figured out what’s causing my pain and it’s driving me a little crazy, dear readers. There are mornings where if I don’t have my sister to help me, it can take me an hour just to get our of bed. And I’m seriously considering using some of the crowdfunding money to hire a wheelchair for use at various cons I’ll be selling my book at, just to help me get around. But we’ll see on that score.

I’m still trying to put together a list of cons to attend next year, so please, please, if you have any ideas, don’t hesitate to drop a con in the comments. Please bare in mind that I only want to do independent cons and that they have to have good disability access, they must also be UK based.

My darling readers, you’ve been there through a lot with me, and you’ve put up with my incessant crowdfunding posting, so I’m eternally grateful to all of you. Please, if you can’t donate/join in the book launch/become one of my patrons, share the links, share this post, and help me get the word out there. As an independent disabled author, I rely heavily on word of mouth. I couldn’t be more thankful for all of your support.

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A conundrum inside an enigma.

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