2011--the first entire year since I was 21 in which I was not married. What did it bring?
6 books on Kindle and Nook (click Sharon Day books button on the left)
Trips to many abandoned places, ghost towns, haunted locations, and ghost hunts
Interviews for newspapers
A contract signed for a book going to print in April
My first dates since I was 16!
A TV news interview
A blogger virtual zombie walk event online
Participating in a zombie walk with 4000 people
Loads of new friends - a real tribe of supportive people
Growing the blog
Doing a radio show online
My first Bigfoot hunt
A vacation at a resort
Lots of new ghost hunting opportunities
Oh, hell, this is only a portion of the list!
My plans for 2012?
To be regularly published in print. I have lots of upcoming books:
"They Come Out At Night (A Book To Read By Candlelight)"
"Spirit Vessels: Why Some Buildings Are Haunted"
"Growing Up With Ghosts" - The story of growing up at Aspen Grove told by me and my family members.
"Zombie Housewives of the Apocalypse (1960s)"
"Paranormal Geeks" (check out the button on the right hand side of the blog if you want to help me by letting me interview you anonymously for the book)
*Several fiction books including a SciFi and paranormal romances
I expect to grow the blog with a lot more news in the field and new research, some humorous pieces as always, adding in a lot more video taken on trips and in crazy places you may never want to visit in person. I'd like to try my hand at some 5-minute documentaries. I also would like to grow other paranormal realms on the blog from PSI to horror, Bigfoot to UFOs. I hope to conduct some interesting studies in 2012 in the realm of the paranormal and I will be sharing those regularly. Generally, I've come to know that you can't predict what I'll do next. Even I don't know! So, hold on tight and continue to be the best damn tribe of friends and inquisitive minds a woman could ever know.
Thanks for always being with me. The voyage is crazy and wild, scary and exciting, but I always feel safe knowing that y'all wish me the best. I promise to continue to pay that forward.