Been awhile since I did one of these and thought it was time for some updates.The Skeleton Stone has been released and I’ve been busy with trying to spread the word and get it out there. That’s occupied most of my time for the last couple of weeks. Getting it converted over to ePub format was a pain. Still not 100% happy with how the conversion came out but lessons learned for next time.
There is currently a Goodreads Giveaway for 3 copies of the book. It ends June 4th.
I’m currently plugging away at The Gnolls Tracks, the next Taleweaver’s Song story that will be published in digital format only. This will be a short story that (somewhat) leads into the next full book, The Orc Plains. Tracks will be out this summer with Plains out towards the end of the year.
I will be at Joecon in June and will be on a Kindle Worlds panel again this year. I had hoped to have two secret Joe projects done and published on Kindle Worlds before Joecon but it looks like I will end up having just one, and that one just barely. It’s taking longer than I had hoped but it’ll be done in time.
At Joecon, there will be a couple of announcements on future G.I. Joe projects and don’t worry, March of Cobra is still happening and volume 4: Sea Strike will be out this year.
I’m going to be working on some short stories to submit to various anthologies. Started in on the first one today and got into a groove. I’m pretty happy with how it’s coming along, especially considering how it was just created today. It’s in the new pulp genre and harkens back to the golden age of comics. I’m having fun with it.
There’s a lot of stuff in the pipeline. I currently have stories started for Taleweaver’s Song that will take me to 2019 if I publish two a year.
I submitted my essay for the Joy of Joe book being put together by my friends Jim Beard and Justin Bell. I’ll be sure to let everyone know when that is available.
In the coming weeks I need to finish the secret G.I. Joe project, finish The Gnolls Tracks, finish the anthology submissions and start the substantial work in The Orc Plains as well as continue with the various “when I have time” projects.
Thankfully, I love writing.