Once again, I’ve been lost deep in writing, spending an average of nine to twelve hours during weekdays. Yesterday marked the completion of the rough first half of the second act. Today, I’m embarking on a new part, the midpoint, one of the most exciting parts of the story.
Every segment of the novel has offered its challenges. Fortunately, they’ve also ushered in many great surprises. In any event, I’m happy to embrace it all as I continue my journey forward.
Here’s to progress!
12,081. As of today, that’s the number of words I’ve written in my newest book.
I couldn’t be more proud of what I’ve written this far about a series of unworldly events in the early 1900s that were so obscure, so startling, they never made it into textbooks. The story begins in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Read More …
Working on this monumental novel has taken over a year, and will demand more time to complete. But with the outline finished and the rough second act underway, it’s exhilarating to see the story come alive.
While you’re waiting, read an excerpt from my first bizarre book, Wake the Wicked: Thirteen Twisted Tales here.
Before I sign off and get back to work, I want to wish all my readers and art fans happy holidays. Hope you’re having an eventful 2016, and thank you for the support you gave me this year, and all the years before.