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I’m 30,000 words into the revision. That’s almost halfway, or at least, it’s almost halfway through the original draft word count.
I’m still pondering not only a title for this particular book, but a name for the entire series as well. And I’m almost at my wit’s end and seriously considering Tea & Witches (as a complement to Coffee & Ghosts).
But, of course, Coffee & Ghosts started out as simply a shorthand way of referring to the stories I was writing. Then the whole thing bloomed into a serial/series, and by that time, the name was set. Because of this, I’ve had to explain what the heck Coffee and Ghosts actually is, with an essay here on my website and in all the books.
This is not a road I wish to travel with this series, even if it’s a spin-off. That being said, it would be very, very on brand. If you enjoy brainstorming, feel free to read the book’s description here and offer up suggestions.
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Summer is a great time to binge read.
Exciting news! The Drabblecast is back!
The full relaunch is in the fall, but you can head on over and listen to the backlist stories, including Ghost in the Coffee Machine. (Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the audio.)
I love this audio production. It has sound effects! And music! And artwork.
If you enjoy both speculative fiction and the audio format, be sure to click through and give The Drabblecast a listen.
It’s good to have them back.