Again, I have to admit that it seems like I've been neglecting this blog. Please believe me, this is not as it seems.
Behold, my proof: a new blog! http://comiccarnival.com/blog/
I've expanded my role at the Comic Carnival, and will now be writing a weekly review of a small sampling from the new releases. I'm going for humorously informative - I want to tell people what's behind the cover and give them a sense of whether they'd like it without spoiling anything, and make them laugh at the same time.
Am I succeeding? You tell me! But for my money, I'm having a great time, reading (mostly) good books, and am getting published. I WIN!
As to my more personal projects? Right now I'm writing a scene I've had in my head for close to a year, but it was always just low enough on my list that I never bothered. The time spent percolating must've done something, because now that I'm typing it out, it's coming fast. It's nice to have an "easy" scene for once.
I got an itch to adapt an old school property for modern audiences a couple weeks back. Nothing major, some world-building and a few notes on how to structure the first couple of plotlines. I won't say which, I don't need attention from anyone's legal department and it was just for fun, and fun I had.
Oh, and I fixed the line break problem from last entry. Go me!!