Unprocessed Thoughts 2017 June: Alley Kat Full Moon

Summer Plans?

July 1, 2017 | Unprocessed Thoughts

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Summer is finally here! With that in mind, check out the upcoming book signings this summer.  Now that the spring book tour has come and gone, all of June and July I am focusing on wrapping up the launch of the next novel for the fall. If you did not seen the social media post about it, Mental Damnation: Vol II will be out this fall. The manuscript is complete, next will be the book formatting and launch preparation.

Welcome to June’s edition of Unprocessed Thoughts: Summer Plans?

As mentioned above, a new Mental Damnation novel is in the works. There will be more to share on that in the coming weeks, stay tuned. June and July are work lock down months, meaning no signings or other events, with the exception of the Calgary Horror Con early in June. Plus, summer is often a good time to enjoy patio beers and the sun, which is where I find I get a lot of writing done. Now that the next Mental Damnation book is written and edited, I’ll be writing new work, unrelated to the dark fantasy series, that is projected for some time next year.

June was also a heavy hitter when it came to the graphic design work, and July is looking very similar. It is one of those good problems to have, it means I will be seeing income but it will also be a lot of juggling work projects and writing – basically the normal. I’ll make a note to blog more about the graphic design work and project management, it may come in handy to some of you.

Outside of that, there isn’t a lot to share. I wanted to give you a small update on what is going on, more to come in the near future. Keep watch in the coming weeks for announcements regarding the next installment of Mental Damnation: Vol II.

Enjoy the summer and Canada’s 150!

Beer note: Alley Kat Full Moon

Another one of my preferred beers. Alley Kat’s Full Moon is a pale ale and good any time of the year. It’s not overwhelmingly hoppy and easy to drink with only a 5% alcohol level. Their brewery is in Edmonton which makes it easy to find on tap in a lot of bars in town too.

If you enjoy pale ales then this is not going to disappoint or surprise you. 4/5.

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