Because, a week after the fact, I'm still too gobsmacked to explain how I feel about having all my expectations re: the Clockwork Phoenix 4 Kickstarter blasted through the ceiling and out through the roof ... that statement is still pending.
In the meantime, I've had two pieces of wonderful writing news (non-Clockwork Phoenix related) fall into place that I'm not actually able to elaborate on yet. One involves a short story. One involves something much longer than a short story. (Lest you think it's all gold and rainbows here, I received a hard-to-take rejection, too, heh.)
I've busied myself with putting the finishing touches on the Clockwork Phoenix 3 e-book, an absolute drop dead necessity as it's one of the Kickstarter rewards that needs to be handed out ASAP. More news coming on that front very soon.
Another reward that needs to go up soon is the list of backers that's supposed to appear on the Mythic Delirium Books website as an acknowledgement. (The response to that so far has been an interesting measure of how many backers actually read project updates.) One caveat, of course: there isn't actually a Mythic Delirium Books website. There's a Clockwork Phoenix website and a Mythic Delirium website.
I need a website, preferably Wordpress-based, that will accommodate Clockwork Phoenix, Mythic Delirium, the new webzine I get to launch next year (yay!), my own books and e-books, and other stuff I've not even thought up yet. I already have a place to host it. I am definitely open to suggestions/proposals.
I'm a Drupal girl, but if you want to talk web sites, I'm happy to do so. I know very little about WordPress though. However, if you got rolling on a WordPress site and got stuck, I know that Sean has done some development in it and knows folks at work who specialize in it. So that's something at least.
Oh, and total congrats!
Edited at 2012-08-16 08:13 pm (UTC)