Tom and I recently decided to wrap up 2021 the same way we started WOWI — meeting together and talking about what’s up in writing as we know it! This may be our longest recording session yet — jam-packed with reflection and looking forward into 2022 and beyond.
Among other things, in this session we find out that Tom is working on a sci-fi novel with potential for being a series with sequels and spin-offs. He’s also bringing his book on tea to fruition — sure to be filled with local flavour!
As for me … I have 3 new recipe books nearly complete, publishing sometime in (Fall?) 2022. Just as soon as those are done, I already have 3 half-complete projects to move up from the back burner. Depending on how those go … I might publish 4 new titles in 2022. I’m also taking steps to become a professional audiobook narrator.
Enjoy! ~ Don
Honorable Mentions & Handy Weblinks From This Episode of WOWI
- Eldritch Black at EldritchBlack.com and on Twitter.com/EldritchBlack
- Mike Gastineau at Gasman206.com, on Twitter.com/Gasman206, and WOWI podcast with Mike Gastineau
- Dandelion Botanical in Sequim at DandelionBotanical.com
- Joanna Penn at TheCreativePenn.com and at Twitter.com/TheCreativePenn
- Lorelei King / Storyteller at LoreleiKing.com
- Kingfisher Bookstore at KingfisherBookstore.com and WOWI Podcast With Meg Olsen
- Moonraker Books at VisitLangley.com/Langley-Moonraker-Books
- The Commons SWCommonsCafe.org
- Gregor Rare Books at GregorRareBooks.com and WOWI Podcast With David Gregor
- Tom Trimbath / Amazon Author Page and TrimbathCreative.net
- Don Scoby / Amazon Author Page and WhidbeyIslandBaking.com
Writing on Whidbey Island (WOWI) episode 30 – WOWI 2021 Year End and Forward!