Christmas doesn’t really feel very Christmasy this year. I say it a lot, but this year more than ever. People that have been with me since the beginning of Memories of a Dimanagul may know 2012 was a rough year for me. I’ve come a long way since then and 2014 was actually a pretty damn good one.
I’ve been recognized by the Harper Collins site Authonomy.com as a valued member of the community and I serve as a Moderator for the site (particularly the Fantasy and Science Fiction section.) If anyone is working on their own writing forays feel free to stop in there and catch me on the forums.
Like anyone in the world, I had my ups and downs, but I’ve achieved a sense of normality I could only dream of two years ago. Looking forward to 2015, I see it as the year I hit the bricks and get Two Destroyers published.
I’m not a proactive go-getter by nature, so it’s hard for me to put the best foot forward when it comes to writing. This is the year I’ll bite down and make it happen.
I have several other projects to mull over too. I’m not putting my eggs in one basket. Ambrosia, Macro Corp., and Rage of the Cursed are my official side projects this year.
The latter, I’ve posted a few B.O.S.S. stories and I’m squaring away to make it my next ‘big’ fantasy project. The Game of Life will follow at the heels as my secondary project that may see a novel(ette) format.
Ambrosia will be tidied up and released for FREE on Amazon sometime in 2015, please show your support in that time by downloading it to your Kindles and Ereaders. It will be a compilation of what has been posted on Dimanagul.com and the story will push on to the resolution of the High Lich arc. As for Rage of the Cursed, only time will tell.
2015 will be the year of Fantasy here on MoD and for my writing forays. “THE MONKEY was my first B.O.S.S. story and it’s follow up THE GOLDEN QUEEN will be getting several B.O.S.S. stories on the blog.
My Contemporary Romance piece ROMAN will be the featured story for February and I have a special surprise planned for my Bloggaversary in the spring.
Thank you all for your continued support of Memories of a Dimanagul.
–Eric R. Jackson