Lunchtime, doubly so. Hands up, who recognises he quote?
I seem to have neglected my blog. I’ve been writing monthly posts for The Story Reading Ape blog, but those mostly have to do with the writing process and marketing, which is not what I want to write about here.
I may, however, re-post some of the articles I’ve written here if I think they’re relevant. This blog is for talking about story, rather than writing.
So, what have I been doing that has kept me away from this blog for so long? Part of it has been film editing. My vampire comedy, Old Blood, will be available on Amazon Prime from 15th November in English speaking countries. Other countries will follow. The zombie comedy, Graveyard Shift, will get finished now, between doing more subtitles in different languages for Old Blood.
These are available in both e-book and paperback from a variety of retailers. But what about new fiction?
I’ve been working on a few things. I’m working on two new short stories for anthologies at the moment, but I also have The Chase for Choronzon well along and likely to be finished soon. Notes and material for the next two books in my Steampunk series has been accruing. I haven’t been idle.
My first Steampunk book, The Wake of the Dragon, came out in audiobook and the goblin books are set to become audiobooks at some time as well. I’ve been holding out for a particular narrator for the first and third books, but the second one needs a different voice as the protagonist is female.
These aren’t the only projects I’ve been working on, but others are not ready to be made public. Meanwhile, with the holidays upon us, look for a Christmas sale or two in December.