For some reason, I’ve been getting a flurry of foreign rights inquires over the last couple of days. I’m puzzled as to why it would happen all at once. The only logical reason I can think of is the fact that my trilogy has been hanging out in the top 20 list for best-selling epic fantasy on Amazon for a couple of weeks. Perhaps that was enough time to attract attention? I really don’t know.
In other, and more close-to-home, news, our farm is including collard greens in this week’s CSA box. A CSA, if you don’t know what that means, is a Community Supported Agriculture program. People sign up for a subscription (any number of weeks), and then receive a box of fresh, organic produce every Thursday. In addition to being a good deal, the catch is that you don’t know what the box will contain each week. Contents are determined by what we’re growing at the time.
Collard greens. I’ve never eaten them in my life. Have you? If you haven’t, it’s never too late to start. Unless you’re on some kind of weird, no-collard greens diet.
3 thoughts on “A Flurry”
Congrats on the inquiries. Just curious if you’re going to pursue any of them?
I think so, cautiously. I haven’t completely made up my mind yet.
That’s understandable. I saw your comments on Kindleboards about some of them being in the Asian market. I think I’d probably be a bit more weary there than in Europe as well. But, as long as you do your research, it should be fine.