In the e-Mail: DUELING SIX DEMONS.

DUELING SIX DEMONS is my buddy Jim Geraghty’s latest Dangerous Clique spy thriller novel, and I’m looking forward to reading it today. If only if because this may very well be the book where Jim finally bites the bullet and admits that he’s been writing occult/theurgic spy thrillers all along. Wish him luck! …And buy the series. It’s good.

#commissionearned

The extremely straightforward KILL teaser trailer.

They’re calling KILL an action movie, but I’m not entirely sure that’s correct. It’s more like a slasher flick where the slasher monster is the hero, and everybody he’s going after is bad. Although I don’t know if that really qualifies as ‘horror,’ either. What do you call a movie about people violently suffering the results of poor life choices?

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Finally got the plot for SEVEN FLAGS figured out.

I needed a complication, I figured one out, and now I’ve blocked out what SEVEN FLAGS is supposed to be. Huzzah! Actually writing it should be… a bit easier, surely?

Anyway, now I can get back to finishing up the new installment of THE BOLD MARAUDER. The last few days have not been exactly awesome, alas. Such is life.

PSA for people doing Kickstarters: properly label your shipping announcements!

When you are sending out emails notifying your backers that products are shipping, it would be helpful if you provide a reminder about what the product actually is. And I just don’t mean the name of the product, either. Name, a link back to the project, and at least a sentence telling people whether it’s a book or game or whatever. If you don’t do that, the email looks a lot like spam, and might end up in the trash without anybody ever actually looking at it…

Patreon Microfiction: ‘Silent Running.’

‘Almost cracked’ is doing a lot of heavy lifting in ‘Silent Running.’ A lot of heavy lifting. Putting individual humans in solitary orbit for five years will result in a lot of psychological pressure. Depending on who you ask, it’s either fortunate or unfortunate that most of those volunteers managed to sustain themselves on a diet of pure rage…