Monday, October 30, 2006

Sequel in the Making

November is shaping up to be one helluva busy month. All of a sudden, after almost one entire month of absolute nothingness, a whole bunch of things are popping up here and there.

If all falls into the right places within the next few days, I will probably be embarking on yet another mini book tour, with a possible 3 to 4 new dates! Its exiting, but its also very tiring. The past three days I've been running around like mad and come around 9ish in the evening I'm so ready to hit the sack that I actually do, which is rather unlike me.

Oh, and speaking of upcoming events, there might be two additional ones within the next couple of weeks. These will be a Models of Success related stuff (I know I've not brought that up for a while have I?) But I'm told that the two dates are confirmed, just a matter of sorting exact time and venue.

And before I forget, if you find the November issue of Bahrain Traveler around – it would probably be somewhere like a newsstand! – pick it up for it has a full, in-depth review of Moments, the most comprehensive the book has so far.

Oddly enough, I've felt an urge to listen to Radiohead and put on their "The Bends" cd, which is brilliant. Not listened to that for ages.

2 comments:

tooners said...

Not that you need anything more on your plate right now, but I was reading a friend's blog and she was talking about this program that kicked off on Nov. 1st to writers all over the world. It's where you write 50,000 words from Nov. 1 - Nov. 30 and then it all goes into one big book w/ the proceeds funding children's libraries around the world. This year they're building one in Vietnam.

I know it's late, but I thought it was such a fantastic idea and something you might be interested in the next time or something that could be started here or to bring attention to it for writers and whatnot.

The site is: http://www.nanowrimo.org/

Good luck on the book tours and w/ Models of Success. I hope it all goes really well.

Ali Al Saeed said...

I've known about the NaNo for quite some time tooners, but never tried it. But thanks for bringing it up again here. I sometimes thing it might be just what I need to teach myself disciplined writing... maybe one day I will have a go. Not today though!