What a wonderful week it has been.
First of all, CK Webb, a proprietor of WebbWeaver and a co-writer of the rave reviewed book Cruelty To Innocents has reviewed Twitch. She has given it a 5 spider review (her highest rating). I am rather proud and would like to personally thank CK for taking the time. Read her review here.
And, I was interviewed by The Hot Author Report. Read it here.
Otherwise, I am deep into final editing and all the little tidbits that go with releasing a book. Things like organizing a blog tour, gathering promotional materials, writing synopsis, bio, and much more is involved. Trust me folks, there is much more to it than just simply writing it. However, I have no complaints and wouldn't change it for the world. And, you can bet that I'll do it again and again and again...
Therefore, I have placed the Daily Death on temporary hiatus, at least for the immediate future. Rest assured, I will continue it, but priorities are priorities and I am sorry for this. I certainly enjoy writing those little death ditties and I suspect I always will. So....it will be back. I just can't say exactly when, but I'll certainly let you know when.
What are my future plans?
Well, after Twitch, I have a novel that I started some time ago that I plan to finish, hopefully by the end of the year. It's a cross between horror and science fiction in a believable tale that ties together Roswell, NM, The Bermuda Triangle, and the government. I'm calling it Future Past. I'll keep you informed with the progress.
http://toturnpages.blogspot.com/. It is a place where both readers and writers can find their next great read and offers author interviews, links to review sites and sometimes reviews themselves.
What am I currently reading?
I just picked up Ellen Datlow's The Best Horror of the Year Volume 3. Simply marvelously creepy and diverse. 21 tales and each distinct. Of course, I had to send her a message indicating my joy and she replied with don't have nightmares. Heh heh...yeah right...me....nightmares? I relish the thought. Nothing like waking up in the dark sporting a cold sweat and being afraid to move.
I also picked up Dean Koontz's Twilight Eyes. Let's just call it a creepy carnival thing...my cup of tea.
I really wanted Sideshow by William Ollie, but Barnes & Noble didn't have it. It's another creepy carnival tale. So....Amazon here I come.
And...how was your week?