June News & Updates

This is the month I'm finally wrapping up CRISPR and getting it to my editor. I'm going to be thrilled to be able to wrap it up completely and turn it over. I've also been working a lot on new and upcoming Alexa Skills, including a complete rewrite of my existing system. This coincides with M.N. Arzu getting me updated skill covers, so there are a lot more awesome looking designs out there now to go along with my skills.

Please, if you haven't already then consider trying out some of my new Alexa skills. I'm learning a lot about how to develop them but I would love some feedback about ways they can improve.

I will be extremely grateful if you leave a review as well since those are so hard to come by.

Other than that, I'm also working on a few other applications (trying my hand with Android to see what is possible) and always trying new things. I know I need to work on my books a lot more, and I'm planning on working on another series soon once CRISPR is finalized. I have a few projects in mind, just need to find the time and energy to finish them.

In real life, I've been busy with work and projects. I'm also watching Into the Badlands right now on Netflix for the first two seasons, and that's quickly become a top show to watch for me. I love action shows like that. I finished 13 Reasons Why season two as well, and I'm behind on about a dozen other shows as well. I'll get caught up eventually! Into the Badlands hooked me and I had to finish that this month for the first two seasons, and then I got sucked back into the world of Rick and Morty for their third season as well. I usually finish that show with a marathon sprint.

Also went to Cincinnati to visit the Aquarium there!



Oh well, back to work! I went to do a professional training thing where I had to teach new college graduates how to write Java code (in two days!) so that was an interesting change of pace from my real work. It took a lot of time away from writing new projects, but it did get me some new world experiences to throw into my career.

I'll hopefully have more information about upcoming projects in July, but right now my summer is looking crazy busy and I'm not sure how much progress I'll be able to make.

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Lincoln Cole

Lincoln Cole is a Columbus-based author who enjoys traveling and has visited many different parts of the world, including Australia and Cambodia, but always returns home to his pugamonster and wife. His love for writing was kindled at an early age through the works of Isaac Asimov and Stephen King and he enjoys telling stories to anyone who will listen.

He has won multiple literary awards for his novels. He has also been a bestseller in multiple different categories.