Yep, still writing.
It is with great relief that I announce the end of Story of the Month, at least for a while. When I started, I stated I would do it until I couldn’t anymore. I’m there.
At first, it was Fun. Later, it became a Thing I Do. At some point over the summer, it became A Chore.
Then I stared December 2019 in the face (back in October, of course, so it wouldn’t interfere with NaNo) and had nothing. Zip. Zilch. Nada. Bupkis. Goose egg. Zero point zero zero zero with a side of zero and some zero on top.
The well is, for the time being, tapped. I have many ideas still, but none I wish to use for short-form work at this time.
As such, Story of the Month is on indefinite hold after this month’s Never a Pawn (now in KU). It may or may not come back in the future. We’ll see where my writing journey takes me from this point. I don’t anticipate it returning for at least a year.
Some folks may have noticed my blog posts have become sparse also. That will probably remain true as I embark upon intensive, all-consuming projects in 2021.
Next week, watch for my last release of 2019, the Clockwork Dragon book, currently in pre-order for kindle and print.
Next year, watch for Darkside Seattle: Meat, Stardrifters 2: A Foundation of Gravestones, Death and Dragons in Omaha, the 7th book of The Greatest Sin, and one or two other releases.
Then buckle up, because 2021 will be awesome.