If there was any railway station that cause me grief, it was Invalides. I had bought day passes at Nord for 10 Euro each day. But for some reason I couldn’t exit with the ticket I had. I went to customer service by a gate. I explained the situation. Told the guy I wanted to get back to Meudon. I showed him the ticket. He pointed to the gate, as he did so, the gate opened for me, he told me which line I wanted. Oh, if it were that easy the following day.
The big push for horror isn’t in October. It’s June, July and August. As someone who self publishes books, I’m not at all interested in what’s trending. Mainly because I just need to write as many and publish as many books as possible. Following trends gets thrown out the window when you want to publish four to six books a year.
I already knew that books and dvds, perhaps most streaming get released on Tuesdays. At one time I knew why.
It was the whole business of everything getting shifted because of the pandemic that I realized that the push for horror was June through August. Harrow the Ninth was supposed to be released in 25 June and now is 4 August. The Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones was supposed to be released on 14 July and is now 1 September. That was supposed to be my Birthday book this year.What I found out about Stephen Graham Jones is that a novel of his should have already been released, but it got pushed…