Plans for October

September was a bustling month indeed! While not all was accomplished that I had hoped, it was nevertheless a good one. In it I managed to make improvements to an old story, continue work on my Woodland Tales translation, plan a couple of short articles/essays, rough out another drawing for next year, and complete my research project…for the moment. I am also pleased to announce that it is now possible to purchase print books directly from me via my newly renovated Books page or Alibris.com–including signed editions that cannot be attained anywhere else! (Hardcover only at the moment, but paperbacks will be along shortly.)

October will be an interesting month as well, beginning with a live appearance I will be making in Missouri Town 1855 this weekend (Oct. 2 & 3)! It will be unrelated to my writing, but nevertheless, if you happen to be in the area, feel free to stop by the Civil War miniatures tent and chat it up about books, history, or just about anything else I reckon. I also hope to continue work on my current rough draft for the third Sauragia book, give a once over to a book I have delayed until next spring, create yet another drawing, write out and submit my articles, and perhaps finish my translation so I can have it edited in November.

So, lots to do, as always!

Published by J. S. Allen

J. S. Allen is a writer, linguist, historian, and nature-lover from Kansas City, Missouri. He is the author of the young adult series 'Sauragia' and the 'Woodland Tales' anthology for children, as well as several shorter works in various online and local venues. In between writing and publishing, he likes to draw, spend long hours outdoors, and read. His favourite authors include M. I. McAllister, Brian Jacques, and Alexandre Dumas.

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