Happy 2017, everyone!
I'm afraid I've been incognito these past few weeks, recovering from both the holidays and a few weeks of varying illnesses (yay for winter-bound ailments!). But I'm back and raring to go. 2017 is already promising to out-do it's predessors in fun and frolics. What's coming down the line, you ask? Good question! Here's a list!
- Tale Half Told will be launching later this year, marking my first writing collaboration with my much-put-upon and very talented sister, Margaret. We'll be posting a sneak-peek soon!
- Also launching later this year is Michael Lawrence: the Season of Darkness novel - a dark, twisty little book about murder, music, and mayhem set in the gorgeous city of Portsmouth, NH. And speaking of Michael Lawrence...
- Michael Lawrence: The Season of Darkness movie will have it's premiere at the first ever at the Anti-Film Festival in June. Want to go? Check out Narrow Street Films for more details.
- Coming up more quickly, Exeter, NH is sponsoring a showing of the Narrow Street Films The Man Who Wasn't Tex Magru, a fun old-fashioned comedy on February 11th. (Bonus: I sing in it! Blink and you'll miss me, but still...) Tickets are still available (shameless plug), so check it out!
Also of note, ever since watching Rogue One: a Star Wars story, I've had a hankering for stories set long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, so watch out for more reviews for Star Wars, Star Trek, cool new indie novels, and John Wayne movies, as well as contests, giveaways, sales, interviews with interesting people, and more fun.
Welcome, 2017: we know you're going to love it here!