J. Huffman, Editrix
 
I find that I have sadly neglected my little part of the blogosphere - I'm sure that everyone is waiting with baited breath for my next words of wisdom, no?  If that's the case, I suppose I should provide an update for my adoring fans.

Noteworthy:  I was laid off from my job at the end of December - this was NOT unexpected, and it actually has been the catalyst for many positive things.  I have managed to finally get the initial edit of Grimme back to Peter, which took far longer than it ever should have (again, Mr. Smalley, if you're reading this, your patience is appreciated deeply!).  I have edited a second book by Sandee Watkins called The Bandit.  I harnessed the power of Twitter and have a couple of new projects cooking up - both of which are very promising in their own ways and I'm thrilled to be a part of each.  More about those projects at a not-so-distant time!

The holidays were grand for me - so much better than the previous few years.  I managed to not spend Christmas day in the emergency room, which is how I now mark a successful season.  

On to the next thing, I suppose, is the theme of 2011.  I have been communicating with the fine folks at Echelon Press about freelancing for them, which is exciting and splendid.  I am also now the Geeky Books Writer for the Giant Fire Breathing Robot, which is about 1,000 shades of awesome.  I hope you'll go check out the site and let me know what you think!

I hope that this little update will serve for the moment - and I promise I'll be better about updating this lil' weeble more often.  My best for 2011 - which is already immensely better than 2010, at least in my world!
 


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