No story today just a quick update.
First let me say how much I appreciate everyone’s feedback about the new podcast. My cohost Angie and I really are grateful that you all like it and we have some great episodes coming up. Currently we’re debating JFK and next Friday we’ll be talking about Ghosts and why Angie believes and I don’t.
Though to be more accurate I do, I just don’t believe they’re ghosts. Yeah, pretty intriguing right? No?! Whatever, just tune in…link to podbean is below and of course it’s also on ITunes.
My experimental novella The Eastern Road has gone off to the editor and will be out the third week of August. It’s the first book under my new company The Chapel Perilous and I do hope you’ll download a copy from Amazon. I’ll be doing a limited print run for you paperback lovers and will have details on where you can grab one of those bad boys shortly.
There’s gonna be more micro stories and flash fiction next week as well as updates on other projects and my release schedule for the coming year.
Two years in between books is a very long time but life has a certain way of complicating things. However, after the novella, there will be a release of my sci-fi novel Blood Rebellious in early 2018. followed by an early summer release of my fantasy novel Night Mage.
Then in very early 2019 there will be the long awaited follow up to my pulp novel The Geek, currently titled Stillwater.
After that I have a long overdue nervous breakdown scheduled and most likely a nice vacation.
If you haven’t picked up a copy of The Geek follow the handy dandy links to goodreads and amazon. Give the reviews and ratings a read. If you think some hyper-violence and a pile of dead hookers might tickle your fancy download a copy or order a paperback from Amazon.
If you live in Los Angeles or coming to Los Angeles, then head on over to Skylight books and pick up a paperback copy. Skylight Books is a great independent bookstore catering to indie writers and small press publishers.
So if you like paperback over ebook and love supporting indie writers, there’s no better place to shop.
Plus it’s down the street from Fred 62, a most excellent diner so you might as well grab lunch, breakfast or dinner there and a copy of The Geek from Skylight.
And if anyone is curious or wants to swing on by the Marriott in Woodland Hills this weekend I’ll be doing a couple of panels and teaching a writing class on how to create strong mythology in your stories.
The event is called Whedon-con and it’s a really great time. All the money raised is during the even is donated to charity. Which is why I volunteer my time every year for this event. It’s a great way to give back to the community I love while doing something really nice for people who need it.
And it is a lot of fun
What’s that? You want links for my useless social media? Why sure pal, here ya go.
All right everybody have a great weekend and I’ll see ya’ll Monday.