10th Circle — the race is on

The “to do” list is long and the time is increasingly short for the 10th Circle Project launch date, which is September 1, 2011.  I’m missing summer and my dog is out of control, because I simply don’t have the time to devote to him!  (Yeah.  Get a Border Collie puppy.  Should be fun.)Buddy, the 3 legged Border Collie

However, the Project is shaping up nicely. I’m excited, and I hope you will be, too.

Can I talk about any of it?  Well, kinda.  As those of you who were at the prelaunch celebration we put on at When Words Collide 2011, we are pulling out all the stops for this project.  It is a serialized shared world ebook experience — and I don’t think you’ll want to miss it!

Think “Chinatown” meets “X-Files”  in ten editions.  Sort of.  There will be science and there will be crime.  Lots and lots of crime.  Lots of deviousness and lots of back stabbing.  A bit of romance — because who can LIVE without romance, right? — and a bit of humour.  (Maybe not in the first one — after all, we have to blow some stuff up, first.) But mostly, you’ll be seeing crime.

The First Circle ebook comes out September 1st — and the schedule will be a new ebook out every two months.

Yes, you read that right.  Every two months a new ebook will be produced, and all of the stories will be based on what came before.

That, plus all the extras that are being developed for the website will make this a very interesting experiment.  Can we keep it up?  Can we make it exciting?  Can we keep from killing each other?

Who knows?  All I know is, the dog is running wild, I can’t remember the last time I cleaned my house, and I’m really glad I don’t live in either Hope or Glory.

Those two cities are going down!

10th Circle launch date:  September 1, 2011.  Come to the website for the grand opening.  But watch your back.

2 thoughts on “10th Circle — the race is on

  1. Julianna H

    Can’t wait to read the first installment! And you’re probably aware of this, but border collies are totally psycho unless they have jobs to do. Perhaps make up some sort of job you can pretty quickly teach it to do and set it loose to give you more time to write? You gotta do something to get it settled down – we can’t wait to hear the 10th Circle stories! 🙂

  2. Eileen Post author

    Hi Julianna! I’m so glad you’re excited — I think it’s going to be a good one! About the Border Collie craziness — he’s actually not that bad! He settled into our strange schedule very nicely. In the mornings he sleeps a lot, and in the afternoons and evenings he gets more and more active. that’s when the walks and the frisbee throwing and the playing kicks in. (I write in the mornings, so yay for that.) So far so good, and luckily my husband’s right on board. He’s teaching him to catch the frisbee in the air — and this little guy LOVES it! We are already checking into agility training — where it is offered in the city, etc, so when he’s old enough, that’s where we’ll be going, too. Should be fun.

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