Friday, November 17, 2006

Little Dozen update

There are, as always, various projects on the go: including a couple of new ones. Here's what's going on right now with Little Dozen Press:

1. The Web site is being updated! Things are changing every day, so come check it out.

2. Letters to a Samuel Generation, my old devotional ezine, is being posted in pieces on LittleDozen.com under "Devotional Articles." Access to the articles is totally free. At the same time, I'm gathering the articles, along with some personal notes and the quotes and poetry that originally accompanied them in the ezines, into a hardbound book which should be available in the next few months. This is for everyone who would rather have Letters sitting on their shelf than on their hard drive, and it will make a great gift item. The ISBN for it came in this morning, so look for it to be available soon!

3. New prayer guide for small group leaders (and pastors, fathers, mothers, good friends... anyone who has a hand in discipling). This will be a booklet or ebook that will be offered FREE to small group leaders with a purchase of Heart to Heart: Meeting With God in the Lord's Prayer. It's based on a study I did last year on Paul's prayers for the churches. It's in development right now... my major project for this morning, actually.

4. The temporarily titled Tales of the Hopelessly Homeschooled is in pre-publication approval stages. Proofs are in the mail and I'm excited about getting this one on the road :).

On the fiction front...

1. Taerith has been updated with its fifth chapter. Be sure to leave me a comment and tell me what you think!

2. My old Seventh World Trilogy (Worlds Unseen, Burning Light, and The Advent) is in for an exciting revamp. Worlds Unseen will be released as a free ebook (available in paperback as well). Burning Light will be coming out in paperback. As for The Advent--well, I have plans to develop it as a subscription-based serial.

Looking over this makes me realize again how much there is to do, so fare thee well! Back into the wonderful world of words I plunge...


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Anonymous Inky said...

That sounds like fun! And a lot of work. =P

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