Hi all! Things have been rather quiet on the Endever front since the release of R. Tim Morris’ book, This Never Happened. (Do you have a copy yet? If so, share a pic with us!) The task of publishing ebbs and flows between bursts of exciting book release news and quiet moments of insanely busy editing and writing.

So what are we up to? The biggest project on the table right now is the first read through of Matthew Wainwright’s novel which is set in the mysterious Shannen Academy. I scarfed it down in only a week and we’ve been pushing the boundaries on plot development, character depth, and unexpected twists ever since. He’s a sucker for the pain and is spending his time absorbing the feedback and giving his story a boost of steroids. Fun fact- Matthew likes to give teasers about his story on his blog. Check it out if you’d like to hear more about where this project is going.

The countdown to Share Day on April 25th is chugging along and will be here before you know it! Mark your calendars and spread the word for a chance to win a signed copy of A Deathly Compromise or an Amazon gift card!

Also in the works is the beginnings of an online literary magazine. While this is still in the early planning stages, I wanted to go ahead and plant it as a seed in your head because we will be taking submissions for short stories, poetry, and possibly even photography to be featured in the magazine. If this perks your interest, then stay tuned for more details soon.

I personally haven’t been up to much writing lately. It’s spring here in North Carolina and the gardening bug has bit me. The featured image, as well as the two below, are the newest additions to our little gardening space at home. I hope the vibrant colors inspire you in some way today.

What have YOU been up to?

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2 thoughts on “Spring in the Carolinas!

  1. I didn’t know you’re a Carolina girl!!! Me too!!! Born and raised in Myrtle Beach, although I don’t live there anymore. But I do come back to visit pretty frequently because my parents still live there.

    You know what that means, don’t you? :>

    (P.S. Love, love, LOVE the idea of a literary magazine, and I’d love to know more and/or be involved!)

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    1. Another Carolina girl! Our author Christie Lambert is actually in Carolina too. I love Myrtle Beach and usually go once a year. Now you’ve made me miss it!

      I’m glad to hear you’re excited about a magazine and will definitely keep you in mind as I start planning!

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