Morbid Catch-up

Cover painting by Cody Tilson

Cover painting by Cody Tilson

Things are progressing nicely with my space opera trilogy.  I finished the final proofreading on The Dangerous Type last night.  Kill By Numbers is in my editor’s hands.  I’ve passed the halfway point on the first draft of No More Heroes.  Everything is set for the books to come out in July, September, and November of this year.

Here’s the listing of all the great stuff Night Shade Books is publishing this spring and summer. I am so thrilled to be in this company.

My guest posting has gone way down while I jam on writing the last book, but I’ve been out and about a little bit, so I thought I’d better pull those appearances together.

Most recently, I was interviewed by Malina Roos for her epic series of Women In Horror chats.

WattyI was interviewed in Awwthentic Magazine about winning the Wattpad HQ Love Award for All You Need is Morbid.

DJ Lilycat had me on her radio show again to talk about writing science fiction, cemeteries, and what strong women wear into battle.  You can listen to that podcast here for the moment, or here when she gets the permanent page updated.

Cemetery Travel was chosen as a Niche Blog to Brighten Your Winter by Mental Floss.

I had an essay accepted for the Horror Addicts Guide to Life, which should be out in May.

And I sold a story to (and already got paid by!) an anthology that I am super excited about.  They’ve asked me not to release the title yet, until they can get the table of contents finalized, but I am so incredibly honored to be part of this project.

About Loren Rhoads

I'm the author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, as well as a space opera trilogy. In addition to blogging at CemeteryTravel.com, I blog about my morbid life at lorenrhoads.com.
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2 Responses to Morbid Catch-up

  1. Tom Baird says:

    Such a busy girl! Very, very nice. Time to make (more) room on the “R” shelf in the library.

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