To quote from Sleepless in Seattle,
"Dear void, part two of the story is up."
The engineer in you is coming out in full-form, expatrie! But I agree. I think I would actually have exercise equipment if that was the case. Of course, I'd never use it for exercising...
Hah. No. It's no my book. Cold Days is book 14 in the Dresden files.
Wait, what? Did you publish a book? Your book? Called Cold Days?
And it turns out I had in my memory the True Dark deadline wrong. So I missed it even before I thought I'd missed it. I guess I can still hope for the 30th.
I just throw words.
Throwing turds around will not make you the life of the party, baby. Try something else.
I hear ya, expatrie. I can't stick to my own deadlines at the moment. I need to hunker down and edit edit edit.
You could be like me and not really try, but just throw ***t and see if it sticks. LOL
Ah, all you writers are the same. Complain, complain, complain.
Keep going dude.
Some times that happens. Life! Can't live with it, can't live without it.
Congrats! And glad to see you back.
That's awesome, Brian. Here's to many more!
That is a very cool trailer (can't hear it at work, but it looked great).
Your name! In "lights"!
Looks interesting - was that some footage from the original night of the living dead?
Book Trailer for Live and Let Undead is out, watch it here.
No, no worries, I won't provide a link, that's just in bad taste, but the podcast in question has gotten too "arty" for me, I just want some blood and guts in my horror and it's just no longer delivering.
Ummm, no. Where's the clue?
Probably not best to provide a link. But I know how you feel.
Live and Let Undead is now with the publisher for layout, art preview and expected pub date are the next steps. I'll keep you informed when I hear from the editor, and when I check email and see the message.