Posts Tagged ‘book signings’

Hey everybody! The website’s been pretty neglected for the last few months, but I have remained busy as ever.

Before all that, I have a little business to attend to: book signings. Taking advantage of the holiday rush, we’ve scheduled signings to support Project R on three back-to-back weekends this month starting tonight. It’s¬†short notice, I know, but if you can make it to any of these I would love to see you there even if you don’t buy any books.

  • Friday, December 2nd 2011 from 4pm-7pm
    -Mead’s Corner, 430 East Douglas Avenue Wichita, KS
  • Saturday, December 10th, 2011 from 10am-2pm
    -Hastings Entertainment, 316 North Main Street Stillwater
  • Saturday, December 17th, 2011 from 10am-2pm
    -Hastings Entertainment, 316 North Main Street Stillwater

I love love love hosting book signings. It gives me a chance to interact with folks as an author and really connect with people who enjoy books in general, not just my own. And, writing being a solitary affair, it gets me out of the house every once in a while which I’m told is good for me ūüėČ

Other Projects
2011 has a been a strange year for in terms of writing.¬† It has¬†been a year of starts and stops.¬† I have at least three novel scripts started that I believe are fantastic.¬† I have at least twice as many rough outlines for new projects.¬† On top of all that, I’ve started dabbling with writing comic book scripts.¬† The problem¬†comes¬†from deciding what gets priority, which I prefer to the opposite problem: having no projects to work.¬†

To give you a little background on the script-writing thing,¬†a while ago I wrote a script for a short film that my brother and a few of his friends worked on.¬† While the movie never saw the light of day, writing the script was a nice exercise in a medium I had never tried before.¬† I figured I would give comics a shot for the same reason.¬† That, and I really love comic books.¬† It’s been pretty fun.¬† I’m roughly halfway through a planned 4-issue sci-fi series¬†which I aim to pitch to several publishers of creator-owned works.¬† My brother and I also have our own projects, the first of which I’m hoping to unveil in the early part of next year.

For you Black Armor fans, don’t worry, Book 3 has not been ignored.¬† I have part of a draft finished and, once we get through the craziness of the holidays, I plan to make it my top writing priority.¬† Promise.