I'm excited in that in the next few months I've three publications that will be loosed upon the unwary world.
There's the Haunted Legends I mention below in September, and before then I've a story due in Issue 13 of Murky Depths. Then, again in September, Burying Brian, my second novel will surface. After a fairly sparse patch of new publications it's nice to see things happening again.
I need to get submitting again, too, and writing some new stuff. Hopefully seeing Brian in particular will spur me on to a period of renewed productivity.
I've gone with a very short (half a page) prologue with Brian. It's odd, because in general I'm not that fond of prologues. But I wanted to introduce a portent early on in the form of a visiting raven.
Of course, in keeping with the tone of the novel I thought it best my protagonist should throw a carpet slipper at it.
And finishing Brian made me realise once more how in love I am with writing humour.
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