I am backed up. I’ve met several cool authors recently and they agreed to do interviews for my blog. Then, there were a-zillion things happening that were attention grabbers. Oh, you know, elections, protests, and those things. Very, very, very important things. I gave them space. They still need space.
A few quick updates…
MOST EXCITING UPDATE
I’m in an upcoming Horror Anthology from Serial Sikk! The anthology is called “Murder They Wrote” and will publish when they fill it! So I’ll keep tweeting and FBing when it’s ready. The short story is called “Erla Wyford’s New Family” and, of course, there’s a witch. Maybe someday I will tell everyone why I like to write about witches with a long scholarly explanation, but – in short – it’s my way of getting out some feminine power. Seriously, f’d up history for witches and women. So, I’m a little obsessed.
WEIRD THEATER COLLAPSE UPDATE
A Thing of Shadows, which was my retelling of John Campbell’s “Who Goes There?” is a finished piece – about 2 hours of script. Ohio City Theatre Project, who was originally backing the script, unfortunately disassembled sometime mid-2016 and is unable to secure resources for the play. So any directors, actors, or playhouses out there that want something spooky and classic, come and get it! Contact me at email@example.com
I’ve been sleeping well. Which means no late night writing binges – only Game of Thrones binges or Star Wars Battlefront or Overwatch until I’m too clumsy to shoot. Basically, no more writing for now.
An epic adventure novel with a working title of “The Red and the Black” is upcoming.
The sequel to The Witch at Sparrow Creek with a working title of “The Angel in the Wyddr: A Jim Falk Novel” also coming along. By the way, thanks everyone for the reviews and for helping me sell over one hundred copies last year!!!
I will portray Martin Luther in a short monologue series in October – dates and times TBA. Keep watching my blog for more info on that.
INTERVIEW with awesome guy and total author Mark DeBryan coming very, very soon.