I realized while writing the previous posting that it has been a month since the last time I blogged. I know sometimes life gets in the way, but I'm still going to slap myself in the nose with a rolled up issue of Famous Monsters of Filmland and say, "bad writer."
Yeitso, my next novel, is scheduled for publication in May by Blood Bound Books. It's my homage to the monster movies of the 1950s. Also next month, my short story "From Space It Came," about a giant spider from space, is scheduled for publication in Emby Press' Doomsday anthology. My publishers and I will be running contests and giveaways tied to their release.
I recently finished off several interviews or guest blog postings with various websites, including my interview with Days of the Undead; I'll be linking those here and to Facebook and Twitter as they become available.
Rotter Nation, the sequel to Rotter World, is with Permuted Press now waiting to be reviewed. After some considerable procrastination as a result of lack of creativity (i.e I can't decide exactly how to end the series), I'm about to sit down and crank out the last book in the trilogy. So keep checking my blog, because I'll probably be complaining about writer's block several times over the next few months.
I'm also hoping to hear soon about Hell Gate, my young adult post-apocalyptic novel, that is currently with an agent.
Convention wise, Alison Beightol and I will definitely be attending Spooky Mayhem in May and Spooky Empire in October. I'm looking into attending a few other conventions, and will let you know when/where I'll be appearing.
Other than that, not much new. So I'll get back to writing now, if I'm not preventing the pets from aggravating each other. Ciao.