Thursday!

marilynBack in the office after the holidays, though it’s not a typical work day since my 7-year old son has come to the office with me. Should be an interesting and fresh look at what my day is like.

I started work on the final Lazarus Gray story that will run in Volume Five. It’s off to a fine start and I think people will really have a smile on their face when they read this opening section. Without giving too much away, though, I have to reveal that this book leads up to a major event that takes place int his final story. I’m not 100% sure what that event will be because it could go one of two ways: one would be a “happy” ending and the other would be a big ol’ downer. Both would work with the characters but both would also have major ramifications down the line for the series. I’m honestly not sure how it will resolve itself until I get there. Until then, I’m letting the characters lead me. They’ll work it out all out for me in the end.

They always do.

Anyway, once I’m finished with this story, it’s on to the crossover novel.

Don’t forget that this is Reese Unlimited Month at Pro Se — so you’ll be seeing (and hearing) me all over the place. I’m the guest on this week’s episode of the Pulped! Podcast and I’m recording an episode of The Exploding Typewriter with Perry Constantine and Bobby Nash tomorrow. I’ll keep you guys updated as I bounce around elsewhere as January rolls on. If you scroll back to my post from yesterday, you’ll see that we’re currently giving away the first Gravedigger book right now so it’s the perfect time to jump in to Charity Grace’s adventures.

Hopefully all of this will bring new readers in to my pulp adventure universe. While I’d love to get rich and famous, I’ll gladly accept a ton of readers who enjoy the characters in lieu of such.

But I’ll still cash the checks if they come!

Take care, folks. 2014 is here and it’s big and brash!

To celebrate our return to “normal” posting around the blog, I give you a pleasant image of Marilyn Monroe. You’re welcome.

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