I recently realized that my motorsports clients don’t know that I also work for a record label, and all those Obsidian Sky and Heather Luttrell fans don’t know that I work in motorsports. Oh, and I’m also an author. So, I present…my Thursday.
The first order of business was to take signed copies of Ghost of a Threat and Ghost of a Whisper to the post office for readers who had placed orders this week. (Want your own signed copy? Email me!)
Next up was some work for a company that makes high-performance motorcycle parts. I interviewed one of their sponsored roadracers and wrote an article about his adventures. Meanwhile, an email had arrived from a Corporate America client asking me to write a blog post for them.
A car manufacturer has asked all of their race teams to send out a press release next week, so I tackled that next, writing my first draft for the team manager and team owner to review.
By the time I was done with that, I had a little time on my hands before I had to go pick up my husband at the airport. I sat down with a cup of tea and finished the final read-through of my forthcoming young adult steampunk novel, Manifest.
Once I picked up Ed, we came home, gathered our Heather Luttrell merchandise, and headed to Atlanta blues bar Blind Willies. Heather sang with her band while we pimped merch, and we finally got home at one o’clock in the morning.
Whew. Welcome to my world.