Spoons and Assembling

Still plugging away at Book 4.  Up to page 155.  It’s a scene where the assembled protagonists: Ed, Ashe, Avril, Harry, Xax, Tamona, and Candice all meet Vurg before embarking on a journey through a subterranean sea on their way to an extra-dimensional prison break.

I also spoke to some other self-publishing authors, Kent Sievers and Victorine Lieske, and got a lot of great info.  More to come on that topic, hopefully soon.

With other media consumption:

I played the hell out of Darkest Dungeon a few months back.  Totally fun and addictive game.  It was a giant time sink, but I enjoyed it oodles.

I watched the two seasons of the Expanse as well.  Very compelling and complex.  Great acting and halfway decent TV Sci Fi SFX.  I just started listening to the first audio book, Leviathan Wakes by James SA Corey.  It’s pretty good so far.

“Blood, Sweat, and Pixels” by Jason Schreier gives a very interesting look into the madness involved in putting together a video game.  I had no idea that the Shovel Knight team initially had a so-so Kickstarter campaign.  Very interesting read and makes me very disinclined to get into the video game industry.  There appears to be a horrific work-live balance culture through all levels of that industry.

I binged the Tick’s second half of season 1.  Not quite as absurd as the cartoon or comics, but MILES better than the first live action show.  I liked it plenty.  Tick even whispered Spoon, but I crave a full throated battle cry of SPOON!  While were at it I effing need Cap to yell out AVENGERS ASSEMBLE! in the Infinity War movie.  I NEED IT.  But I don’t know if I’ll get it.  A man can dream.

Zat’s all for now.

Back Up!

We are back online.  Thanks to Nick Nielsen for helping put this humpty back together again.

I’m working on Book 4 now.  On about page 145 ish.

The trains may not be on time.  But they’re a runnin’, boys and girls.

Choo-Choo.

Ok, that was lame.  LAME LIKE A FOX!

So what’s up, yo?

So I haven’t posted in like a year.  Part (mostly) laziness and entropy.  Part my old website getting robo hacked.  Luckily, my technically savvy cousin, Nick,  helped me get things fixed and the website is now returning powered by Word Press rather than Joomla.  So it’s gotten a bit of a face lift.  I think it’s much easier on the eyes, even if it’s a cookie cutter Word Press template.

I’ll make a post on my Facebook group once it’s officially back.  Until then, I’m a workin’ on Book 4: The Breakers.  I’m around 120 pages deep with many more to go.  I’m loving finally reuniting Ashe and Xax in this revised story line.  Their bromance was one of my favorite parts of my earlier drafts, and it’s shaping up to be one of my favorites in this version.

More to come whenever it comes.