What’s Going On?

1335184765-Knhyugmoijmlop-Not much, at least writing-wise. I continue to work 12 and 13 hour days at the new job and when I’m not doing something related to that, I’m usually reading, spending time with my family or just trying to relax.

I do know that a number of projects should see print soon — Lazarus Gray Volume Five, The Rook Volume Three Special Edition, Gravedigger Volume Two and a few special projects for Pro Se’s Single Shots line should all be released before the year is up.

I wish I could tell you that the crossover novel would, too, but that’s not likely to happen — it’s stuck at around 37,000 words right now.

In terms of television, Orphan Black wrapped up a great second season and I’m currently enjoying Halt and Catch Fire, a computer-industry series set in the 1980s and airing on AMC. Good stuff with excellent work from actor Lee Pace. Highly recommended.

In comics, I’m loving Original Sin, Amazing Spider-Man, Justice League (regular and United) and Batman and… (written by Peter Tomasi). Lots of good stuff.

I’ll be back soon, folks. Hang in there!


  1. Hi there,

    I recently stumbled by chance upon your The Rook Special Edition Volume 1 on Smashwords and was rather intrigued by the premise and cover. I’m nearly finished now, and as I Am enjoying it a lot thought I would pick up the other volumes, but I see here that Volume 3 is also getting the Special Edition treatment.

    What does Special Edition really mean? Is it worth holding off till Vol 3 has been released that way?

    All the best and thank you for the fun read.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it! The Special Editions are completely re-edited editions and corrects some mistakes found in the originals. They also feature new covers and new spot illustrations on the interior. Hope that helps.

      1. It does Barry, thank you 🙂 I’ll snag then Volume 2 later today I hope (on holiday with spotty wifi and no mobile data) and SE3 when it comes out. Cheers.

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