Miscellaneous Chatter

die_glocke_cover_LOW_RES_mockup_croppedHello, my friends!

I’m about to begin reading the second Captain Action novel, written by my good buddy Jim Beard. I really enjoyed the first book and I’m sure I’ll get a kick out of the sequel. A full review will be forthcoming, once I’m done with it.

We got a new review of The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume Two: Die Glocke, courtesy of Mark Beaulieu:

I got hooked on Barry Reese’s work with the first volume of the Rook. Lazarus Gray continues to be a good, exciting read. There’s really a lot that goes on in this one to set up future stories. The introduction of new villains and possible allies. It’s got that nice pulpy feel and the characters have depth. Just great stuff.

Thanks for the review, Mark! I had a lot of fun writing Die Glocke but I think volumes 3 & 4 are even better — hopefully you’ll agree!

Superstar artist Chris Batista is about to start on a new piece of work for me and I’ll be sure to give you more details as things progress.

Speaking of superstar artists, George Sellas is soon going to be sitting down with myself and Pro Se publisher Tommy Hancock, with discussions beginning about something that many people have expressed an interest in.

How’s THAT for being vague?

Work continues to keep me very busy but I did add a small amount to the crossover novel yesterday. Felt good to produce something fiction-related again but my primary focus has to remain on the things that pay the bills. I’m sure you guys understand — and things will go back to what approximates normal at some point, I’m sure. Just have to get past this early stage, that’s all.

Take care and we’ll do this again tomorrow, shall we?

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