To the left, pre-reader Tod Clark and his lovely wife Suzin, representing during their Christmas trip to Hawaii.
Another holiday has come and gone. I was lucky enough this year to spend it with both of my sons, but now it’s over and I’m back to work.
The holiday ebook sale is over, too. Thanks to everyone who participated. Many of you are wondering where the ebooks Deadite Press promised would be out in time for Christmas are. I don’t know. I have the same information you have. So stop asking me. (And don’t be like that jackass on Twitter and the Deadite forums, who, had he simply been polite, would have had a much different experience. Taking to Twitter and spewing a tirade at the author on Christmas fucking Day when he’s trying to spend time with his loved ones is not going to win you any sympathy from the author. Nor will threatening the moderator of the Deadite forums, or the moderator’s wife).
But I am happy to announce that, following the success of Alone and Scratch, The Girl on the Glider will be my next foray into digital self-publishing. It’s being formatted now, and you should see it for Kindle, Nook, and Kobo sometime in January.
In between helping my 4-year old play with his new action figures and helping my 22-year old play with his new Magic: The Gathering cards, I finalized my annual Top Ten list. I’ll probably post it tomorrow. Friday at the latest. Click here to peruse the lists from previous years.
In other writing news, new novel The Lost Level is almost complete, and the new author’s preferred edition of The Rising is coming along well.
I hope you all had a good holiday season. Here’s hoping that 2013 is better for us all. I appreciate your continued support. Thanks to all of you (again, except for that douche-bag on Twitter and the Deadite forums).