Parno’s Peril is now available on Amazon!
Well, Parno’s Peril has been sent off to the publishers. It will have to be sent through the editing process and cover art will have to finalized and all the other things that publishers must do with books, but hopefully I can announce it’s drop date soon. Creative Texts are very good at their work and also very efficient so it shouldn’t be long now.
Parno is an exhausting work as it has so many moving parts as it was once described, and that’s why it takes so long between novels. I find myself checking old works to make sure I’m staying with characters and plots and what not, and after 600k words it’s not as easy as you might think. Or as easy as I thought for that matter, 😀
Anyway, with Parno’s Peril off to the publisher, it’s time for the next “Fire” novel, tentatively entitled “Home Fires”. And (deep breath) I have also decided to try and novelize the story of Detective Bonespear, which so far has appeared nowhere else but on this blog. I have had numerous requests to do so and I have decided to give it a try. We will see what happens.
I am also working on a secret project of my own which I will reveal if it works out. If not then I ‘ll try and think of another secret project, lol, but seriously I do have what I hope will be a pleasant surprise for some, depending on whether or not I can make it work.
I know that I don’t update on this blog as frequently as I should, but as I mentioned once before, time literally escapes me. If I didn’t have a wonderful wife to remind me I needed to eat, I’d probably starve. I’d certainly not make it to doctor’s appointments or important social functions. I don’t mean to be that way, it’s just that my sense of time and my memory don’t work quite like they should. I suppose I spend too much time in the fantasy worlds I create.
At any rate, this is what’s going on in my world. I hope your worlds are turning like they should and wish good things for you all!
Thank you all for your support and encouragement !
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