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Some interesting results here. Seems that as well as Vampires, Indian Writer Neleema is one of the most popular attractions on this blog. Maybe I need to get her back talking about Vampires 🙂

This year has seen a lot of changes in my life. In the last few months I found myself in full time employment which has limited my writing time considerably but made things more secure financially. However, there are still some writing plans for the year to come. I am at present working on getting the sequel to Gods of the Sea – Gods of the Deep – ready for publication so if you are into swashbuckling and magic this may be something for you to look out for. I have also made arrangements for a cover for this book which I think will be awesome. I certainly like the work of the artist involved a lot and think they will produce something special (no pressure… 🙂 ).

I also have the next BBW romance anthology to complete. The last of these led to Transitions and some other awesome stories by some very good writers. I don’t think we did much to change the opinions of the world on the role of ‘women of a non-standard size’ in romance fiction but I hope we entertained those who read it nevertheless. This one promises to be even better with a SF theme to work on.

I will also be looking for some writers for Vampire month in March this year. If you are a writer of Vampire fiction, an expert on the genre or merely have an opinion or some artwork you would like to share please get in touch and we can discuss details.

So, there you have it. There follows some stats from the wordpress elves for you to look at. I hope to see you all at a Steampunk fair (such as the Leeds Steampunk Market) sometime soon or have you commenting here or visiting on http://www.facebook.com/DaLascelles.

Happy New Year!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,900 times in 2013. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.

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