Well, again the posts on this blog grow about as quickly as dust on a windowsill. Maybe slower. But considering it is a new year, perhaps I should give a quick update here.
First of all, the choose-your-own-adventure Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? is nearing completion (well, the draft). Unlike Whatley and Sturlubok, Daniel and I have been taking this on in big shifts, and now that his wife has just given birth to their second daughter, it’s going to be my turn to finish it off. If all goes well, a published version of our latest inane choose-your-own-adventure should be ready by late summer or fall. I spent a lot of time on that story in the summer and look forward to coming back to it.
And over these last months I’ve been working through the draft of a solo piece of work, tentatively titled Love is Not Free. The Price is 99 Cents. Can a title have two periods in it? I’m not sure. Anyhow, I’m also hoping that this can be published before the year is out, but I’m not sure if that’s realistic. No need to rush anything. There are millions of ebooks out there. What is haste going to accomplish?
3 thoughts on “A new year, some new writing”
The guy on the cover for Whatley Tupper is all wrong. He looks like Ted Danson dammit.
Can’t wait to read love is not free!
I hope it’s ready by the end of the year, but right now it’s on hold so that I can finish Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? which needs to be out this year or else I’ll go crazy. Thanks for your comment!