Picking the Ball Back Up

November 14, 2014 in General Topics

Yes, an update post. I said a while back I wasn’t going to do these anymore, because meta bores readers, but this one seemed important to make.

I told myself that after the release of the concluding installment to the Beacon Saga Serial, I might take a well-deserved break. Given the race involved with placing that final installment into the wild, I would have certainly been justified in doing so. A week or two wouldn’t kill me, right?

Really, though, I’m not that kind of author. When I can move the ball down the court, I like to do so. I like to be productive. I also like to keep my readers informed of just what’s in store for them in the future.

Both of these drivers have dovetailed into the subject of today’s blog post. It’s time to tie everyone in, formally, on what my next projects will be, and what’s in the pipe over the next several months. Read the rest of this entry →

Fingers crossed…

November 2, 2011 in General Topics

I’ve a story in final consideration with a well-known audio fiction podcast magazine — basically had a revision request on it and sent it back to them yesterday. We’ll see what happens!

Eight tales in the wild (quick update)

September 13, 2011 in General Topics

The ramp-up continues:

Eight stories in submissions.
One first-draft done for recent short story.
One brainstorming session in progress (this should be a good one but I’m hammering my head about its content — I want this one perfect).

Stay tuned.

More stories out, best wishes to Kevin and Valerie

September 5, 2011 in General Topics, Other Stuff

I’ve gotten yet more stories out into the wild that really needed submission, including a few that didn’t get a fair shake in my subs process the first time around. I also had a little jolt of inspiration strike me at a rather wonderful wedding and reception last night.
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Finished a novel for a friend; Writing Roadblock

August 25, 2011 in General Topics

I recently had the pleasure to read the first draft of Gareth D. Jones’ novel Gap Years. I’m impressed.
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