It got quiet around here on the old blog again. I’ve been trying to make sure I blog on a more regular basis, but as you can tell by comparing the date of this post to the previous, I haven’t exactly been meeting that goal.
I’ve been settling into my new part-time real world job, which takes some time. When not at work or trying to squeeze all the training into my brain, I’ve been working on a variety of writing projects, so I hope you’ll forgive the lack of blog communication.
I’m actually writing again, which feel pretty good.
I’ve managed to get about 4000 words on There Are Not Enough Midnights, the fourth installment to my Gaslights and Grimoires steampunk world. Like The Horror at Cold Springs, this one is a Weird Western tale. I feel like it’s working well, if a bit rough while I get the first draft. I’ve also been working on the next MNSpec anthology project, as well as a couple of theatre and storytelling projects that are still in infancy, so I can’t talk too much about them yet.
Another distraction from the blog is that one of my publishers closed. While I am sad for the demise of Artema Press, they very kindly turned over the production files and all the marketing material for Old Blood’s Fate, which I am now producing through my own Drey Books imprint.
That’s all the news that is news for the time being, though I am creating a list of future blog posts in the hopes of keeping you all entertained.