Saturday, March 10, 2018

Slow But Sure Progress

Greetings, humble readers. And also you loud, braggart readers. As you do.

If you're an aspiring writer, one of the pieces of advice that you probably hear over and over again is the importance of sitting your butt down in a chair and actually getting some writing done. Now, I'm not the most productive writer to ever walk the earth, but I have done some grinding for EXP points lately. To wit:

I recently completed the first draft of my tenth novel, a standalone work inspired by Michael Crichton-style techno-thrillers.

I'm drawing closer and closer to the benchmark of completing fifty short stories.

The third Carrion book just hit Amazon, and I'll put up links here once the print copy is available in a few days.

I'm almost done editing the second Jasper O'Malley horror-mystery for Grinning Skull Press.

I've been invited to work on a SeCrEt PrOjEcT involving supernatural-themed short stories.

The Beauty of Death 2, which featured my short story "Siren," was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award. Even if it didn't win, it's still nice to appear among such high falutin' company.

Once the new book is available in paperback, I'll see you again right here.

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