This post seems longer than it is to me because this is the
third fourth fifth time I've written it. For some reason Blogger hasn't been saving my edits. But I'm on to it. I know what it's trying to do (DRIVE ME CRAZY). Seems the new editor won't work in Firefox and I have to use creepy old IE.
For those of you who follow Living Dangerously, you'll remember that it was just a month ago when my little corner of Arizona was threatened by fires. We were evacuated twice. More than 60 homes burned. The Huachuca Mountains were on fire for weeks. It was a humbling and terrifying experience. Which is why the irony of complaining about too much rain isn't lost on me. And not only is it the rain, but it's also the humidity. I put a battery in my daughter's car this morning and was drenched in sweat. I mean come on. I might as well live on the East Coast if you're going to do that to me.
And with a thousand of these screaming in the night, it's something out of a horror movie.
So that's been my week.
Projects currently working on:
- Blood Ocean (Abaddon)
- Seal Tealm 666 Outline (Thomas Dunne)
- Living Death Race 2000 (Books of the Dead)
- Black Fever (With Mike McCarty)
- Blight (Comic Book)
- Killing Time (Comic Book)
- 4 short stories
- 2 Novellas
- and a partridge in a pear tree