It’s been a busy month for me, with lots going on.
On the personal side, my little sister, Annie, got married two days ago in the LDS Provo City Center Temple. I love her and her new husband, Neils, so much, and I’m very excited for them. My cousin, Kyle, also got married in the Payson Temple to his lovely wife Whitney exactly a month prior to my sister’s wedding, so there have been these exciting events happening in my family.
I’m also signed up for a class to help me prepare to retake the GRE so I can apply to grad schools for next fall. I’m looking at applying to anthropology programs with an evolutionary concentration in particular, and maybe looking at evolutionary psychology programs for the eventual Ph.D. rout that I’ve been hoping to journey.
Also got called in my LDS single’s ward to be the Relief Society Secretary. It’s intense, but it’s been an amazing experience so far.
On the writing side, I’ve finished up edits for my Windows Into Hell story, “The Armadillo’s Song.” That anthology is scheduled to come out in October this year. I’ve also been working on some preliminary edits for my Valcoria Anthology story under Jason King, and we’re hoping to go through Curiosity Quills Press for that as well. Still working on novels. I’ve been wanting to do more with orcs, and I have a great story in progress there that I’m currently focusing on.
I’ve signed up for Salt Lake Comic Con panels in September, and currently I’m still planning on attending Salt City Steamfest in August (though I may only go Saturday depending on how my schedule works out). Looking forward to seeing friends at these events, as well as fellow fans of writing and other awesome media!