I’m moving house in the next week or so, so posting here will be on the light-to-nonexistent side for the duration. Amuse yourselves with this test pattern until my return, whereupon I’m sure I’ll have plenty to talk about. Or not. We’ll play it by ear.
In the interim, however, why not check out all the neat stuff over at the Royal Occultist site? There’s free fiction, downloads and extra material of all kinds.
And, if non-Royal Occultist stuff is your bag, why not check out the rest of my free fiction, here on this very site?
Or, if you’d like to help me pay my bills, why not buy a book or two? Or even three. Maybe even write a review.
Anyway, see y’all on the flip side.
A periwig, if you’re curious, is a highly styled wig worn formerly as a fashionable headdress by both women and men and retained by judges and barristers as part of their professional dress. I assure you, this is relevant to this week’s discussion of my works in progress.
So, apparently, I’ll be at Black Library Live 2016.
I know, I know. I’m as shocked as you are. Appalled, even. This is as sure a recipe for a disaster as–well–the last time I went to Black Library Live. But the hexagrammic wards have been lifted, and my fetters broken. Those who dare call themselves my masters shall rue this day. Their screams shall echo for an acceptable length of time.
Chairs will be gently overturned. Tables upended, politely. People will be somewhat discomfited, in vague and uncertain ways. Queues, jumped. Dogs, nudged. I shall unleash all these horrors and more.
Oh, also, I’ll have two new books on sale.
Anyway, I’ll be updating this post with my schedule, closer to the day. Until then, why not grab a ticket, if you’re thinking of being in Nottingham on November 19th?
Oh, is it Wednesday again? Land o’ Goshen. I’m still busy, obviously. But, I’ve managed to move forward with almost everything, despite a few hiccups. (more…)
As the week winds down, why not take a moment to check out Dark Regions Press’ new indiegogo campaign? (more…)
I’m busy this week. Novel, short stories, pitches, various real life things which need taking care of. So, have some Junior Kimbrough to tide you over.
I read a thing, a few days ago, and it got me to thinking, and making notes for a story I’ll probably never write. I do that a lot. Ideas, and the notes that come with them, are a dime a dozen. I get five ideas before breakfast and five more after my first cup of coffee. Ideas are cheap. Time is expensive. (more…)