In today’s update post I’ll let you know what the current news is as well as give you a taste of what’s to come.
- First up, the Noose Jumpers Short Film has been accepted to the Chattanooga Film Festival! It takes place April 6-9 in Chattanooga TN. My brother, Jared Cooley, who directed the film will be there and I might go as well. I’ll let you know for sure as we get closer.
Festival Site: https://chattfilmfest.org/
More about the short film: http://trevorhcooley.com/noose-jumpers-short-film/
2. I will be have a booth at Jordancon in Atlanta, GA April 21-23. Jordancon is named after late author Robert Jordan, who wrote the Wheel of Time and was one of my favorite fantasy writers. He was a huge influence on me. The convention is focused on fantasy and sci-fi writing and will be attended by many writers in the genre.
This will be my first time there and I am really excited. I will have books with me and will sign anything reasonable. Come and see me!
Here is a link to the website for the convention so that you can get more information. I hope that some of you can come. http://jordancon.org/
3. The Priestess of War audiobook is really close to completion!
Andrew Tell finished narration on the last chapter yesterday. We are now working on the editing process. That should take a few days but we are very close, folks. I’ll post again once we have uploaded the book to Audible. Once that has been done, Audible usually posts it within 5-10 business days. I can’t wait to hear your opinions on this book!
4. Coming soon:
The Jharro Grove: Book Six title reveal should come within the next couple weeks. I have narrowed the title down to a small handful of choices. This will be the last book of the Jharro Grove Saga.
Once I get a few more chapters written I will start posting some Jharro Grove: Book Six mini previews on my Facebook Page. Once I have several up I will compile them and post them here. These are short previews, usually just a few paragraphs and they are teasers. Just small tastes of the book that is to come. Think of them as small clips from scenes someone like those that make up a movie trailer. I did this for Priestess of War back in November and December. Spoilers will be very minor.