Hi, friends! 🥰 It’s been a while, so I hope you’ve been doing well! Any project updates on your end now that we’re nearing the middle of the year? (I can’t believe it either 😱)
I’ve been settling in pretty good, but there are still things that my husband and I are taking care of paperwork-wise. I’m also struggling to build a routine, so I’m yet to be back and really focusing on my author stuff. My 9-5 has shifted to 8-4 because of timezones, but while that’s all good, there’s cooking and cleaning and chores to do, plus workout routines, reading, and R&R with hubby, which is usually a movie or a few episodes of a show. (We’re currently binging the live-action version of the anime Erased.) I am also terrible at waking up early. I think I can do more and actually write if I wake up at like, 5AM, but my head already hurts just thinking about how early that is 😂
I do owe these ladies a signal boost of our project, so for those of you who missed it, here is the replay of the Hotel Fen audiobook launch party! We had lovely chatter, musical performances from our resident singers, exclusive behind the scenes previews, games, Q&A and an overall fun time. I answered some really fun interview questions – like my karaoke song of choice if I’d be cursed to sing just ONE for the rest of my life 🤣 – and I also previewed upcoming songs like Elevator II and Ivaldi’s song Stand Tall 😉
Victor’s solo song, Your Name, also unexpectedly released that day, still performed by the superbly talented Dave Feril. You can watch his performance during the event through the link above, or stream the studio version below:
Our lovely narrator, Rebecca, also had an in-person event last weekend and featured the audiobook alongside her other works! Thank you, Rebecca 💖
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2 thoughts on “Hotel Fen Audiobook, Launch Party & New Song”
Best of luck with everything, Marie! For myself, Mystical Greenwood’s publisher had to close because of COVID, but I do intend to get it republished. I’ll share more details on social media and my site when I have them.
Five in the morning is early, but you’ll get used to it once you start. You’ve got a lot going on; give yourself time and permission to adjust. Congratulations on a successful audiobook launch!