Whoo hoo. Of course, still pending distribution at a few sites, but it is available at the 'zon:
I had a lot of fun writing the journal. Not to sound completely egotistical, but having something happen to me in real life cool enough to share with others is a rarity. And paranormal events leave a sense of wonder and mystery in your heart. With the world's shadows being chased away by energy efficient lights and science slowly untangling the knotted ball of yarn that is life, logic is smothering the weird every day. And it makes me a little sad, to tell you the truth. Our ancestors didn't know the reason why thunder rumbled or wind howled, so they made up their gods and goddess' to explain. But our scientists figured out the thunder and wind, and the ambassadors of mediocre public education passed the word on that there is no magic in thunder or wind. Just atmospheric pressure changes. No gods to be seen.
I'm sure one day science will be able to explain with 100% pure, raw, organic logic why people experience ghostly visitors and hear odd things or why doors bang open all by their lonesome. That day will be a very sad one for me. I often wonder if there will be any wonders left in the world by the time I am old.
Unfortunately, due to life circumstances and whatnot, I will not be publishing anything else until at least December and maybe January if I am too badly behind. Sorry guys! Life gets in the way of art and all that, right? I will, however, still be posting on this blog. Mainly random musings and artwork to remind you guys I am still out there in the world.
Whoo hoo. Always feels good to get another round of writing out there for my fans. You can find My Parnormal Journal: Volume Two at multiple retailers right freaking now! Here's a picture and a linky link to the great and powerful 'zon:
Also I would like to make a special note for those of you who buy through B and N, (link) that the cover image is not showing up on the preview page for some odd reason. Trying to fix that but we can't figure out why the image isn't showing up. Sorry, guys!
Well, back to writing stuff. Have an awesome Monday, guys!
...at Amazon and pending at all the other outlets. Without further ado, here is the link to my first nonfiction baby:
So you are probably wondering what is in the box. I don't know if I should show you. I just am not sure if you can handle the awesome. Do you think you can handle it?
You can? Good, good. Owl show you now...
That's right, I got all kinds of
crafty this week. Take a gross old thrift store box, throw some cut paper in there and boom! Nighty Night Owl!
And the fourth and final installment is for sale here at the great and mighty 'zon (link) and hopefully elsewhere soon too (thanks for your continuing patience, my good friends that shop at all the other publishing outlets. We're still in the 'distribution' stage, ugh!)
Whew. It was quite a wild ride writing that one. You guys who are already fans know I have always done 'swords and sorcery' or 'dark-nearly-horror' fantasy, and Addicted to the Alphas was quite a switch up for me. It is urban/contemporary paranormal romance, and while still fantasy, it is such a different facet of the genre as to nearly be a whole 'nother genre. I'm really glad I wrote it because it was fun as heck (trying to keep the blog family friendly, guys, even if my books are NSFW!) and it was a real challenge, something I think creative types need. If I start getting bored because I am getting in a rut writing or art wise, it tends to stop production cold turkey.
Anywho, enough about me. Have a great day, guys!
...is out! Whoo Hoo! You can buy it here (link) and here is a purty picture of the cover:
In other writing 'news' I think I should share that I have finished writing the 'Addicted to the Alphas' serial, but it is still in editing, so I am trying to meet my deadlines still-mostly. Kind of. So for you guys who know I totally dropped the ball on the 'Hither and Nigh Carnival' series, know that I didn't drop the ball this time! I said I wanted the whole thing published on August 2 or 3rd, and while those deadlines are doubtful, it should not be much later than that.
Oh, and how could I forget this? While I am waiting for the editing to wrap up on my werewolf drama goodness, I have been writing an epic fantasy elf romance. Oh, yeah, you heard that right. Elf romance. And we all know the elves people love, but they are copyrighted-sorry, ladies and gentlemen! No Legolas or Drizz't! This one is named Dynair, and I hope you like him just as much as you did the aforementioned elves.
In other art news, eh, not much going. The unicorn fawn drawing is not done due to my general slackness. So for you guys looking for the fantasy artworks, your ongoing patience is appreciated. I've been writing more than arting lately (if arting isn't a word, I just made it one) and I am still trying to find balance between my two lurvs.
So, in conclusion, keep those collective eyes peeled for the fourth and final installment of 'Addicted to the Alphas' by R. Moses!