My apologies for the radio silence. Although my initial hope was that I would be able to return to managing Inky Fresh Press after our hiatus, my circumstances have changed and I have decided to announce the end of Inky Fresh Press.
Inky Fresh Press helped me improve as a writer, but I am most grateful for how it helped me connect to such an amazing array of people. To each and every person who contributed blog posts, answered questions for interviews, shared books for giveaways, or read a blog post (especially those who left comments!): It has been such a wonderful journey. Thank you for sharing it with me.
What are we up to?
I asked our most recent Inky Fresh Press columnists to share an update, so that readers could connect with them. This update was new as of June, so be sure to check in with the contributors for more recent news.
John F. Taylor, our reptile enthusiast and Tough Love for Writers columnist:
Well, where do I begin? I guess the easiest spot would be that I am now freelancing full time with the loss of my corporate america job. I am also in the in the midst of changing and redirecting my energies into the Reptile Apartment Group which has grown now to include Reptile Apartment Canada you can see the entire group here. Outside of that I am writing a few new eBooks and working on a writers course for reptile enthusiasts which will show them how to become a published reptile author.
Janel Gradowski, our writing prompt contributor:
Aside from getting ready for the big writing schedule upheaval that comes with summer I am working on the third book in my 6:1 Series (each volume has six stories based on one theme) “Jealousy”. Along with that I am also in the editing phase of my first novella, “Must Love Sandwiches”, which is a women’s fiction/romance with recipes. I am also still submitting stories for publication elsewhere when I have the time.
As for me, I began designing websites with my husband, a software engineer, a couple of years ago. Last year, we began work full-time on Order’s Up App, a web app that will help restaurants, food trucks, and cafés take orders online. Order’s Up App has taken up the majority of my time and brain space, but the challenge has been extremely rewarding.
Last spring, I moved to Moab, Utah, a small town close to my favorite climbing area. Since then, I have redesigned my personal and professional website, with the new addition of a blog. Although I don’t write often, I’ve appreciated having a place to share both my writing and non-writing adventures.
The best way to connect with me is through my website or via Twitter. I have a couple of big writing-related projects that I’ll be working on and (hopefully!) announcing in the next year. If you’d like to be notified, I encourage you to subscribe to my blog.
Best of luck with all of your writing goals! And thank you again for reading.