Sloth. What a beautiful word. But after two or three days of inactivity, I'm starting to feel a bit guilty. Especially considering the mad productivity of the last few weeks.
The first draft of NIGHT TERRORS (still only a placeholder title) has been completed. That one was a real accomplishment. Unlike the other two novels I've written, all of TERRORS feels strong. The story is tight and creepy as all hell. Now it goes in the drawer for a while, to be looked upon with fresh eyes before starting revisions.
I also drafted two new short stories, one of which will be posted here at IaM for Halloween. It will only be up for one week, October 25 through November 1, so be sure check it out while you can.
THE BOND, a film I co-wrote with Rick Dumont and Carla Bonney, has entered post-production. Rick hopes to have it in the can by the end of the year. Follow PIP Films for more information.
I'm officially knee-deep into the new novel. Smoked through the first sixty pages. Still too early to discuss titles, plots, synopses, but know that it's moving along well.
That's about it for the moment. Always a party here at IaM - tell all your friends they're invited.