When there’s not much to say, then there’s no need to talk

So very few updates in these last months, and that’s because there’s been so little to say.  I’d really rather avoid writing posts just for the sake of writing posts.  There’s more than enough of that stuff online.

But, now in the middle of these lazy summer days, there are a few things to say.  First, after taking several months off, I’ve been actively working on Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World?   I’m now confident that the draft should be finished before the end of the year, although the final release will have to wait.  It’s turning out to be a lot longer than either The Adventures of Whatley Tupper or The Redemption of Mr. Sturlubok, and being a choose-your-own-adventure, it’s hard to tell just how long it will go.  But it will be finished.  Eventually.

And I’ve been planning my next solo novel, which I’d like to start by the end of the year.  I’ve already had a couple of false starts with different ideas, which always happens, but now I feel more secure in this new idea.  It seems that for every novel I finish, I start another two.  But, I also need to be honest.  My wife is expecting our first child in these next weeks, so I have a feeling much will change.  I have a feeling some things will not go as planned.  We’ll see.

There.  A post.  Complete.


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