Almost 150 people are following my posts through WordPress. Various others drop by thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and links from where I have published.
Thank you, all of you, for your attention.
I’ve been struggling to figure out what I can do to be worthy of that attention. I can give writing advice, but I keep finding links to other writers that say what I was going to say anyway.
Like this Feelings Wheel. They seem popular, so I’ll keep doing that.
Most of you like strange but true stuff and story prompts.
Like this one where Slime Mold Solves Problems. Read this! It’s so cool! So yeah, I’ll keep doing those.
I’m 35K into a sequel to my Stoker Jury Recommended novel “The Flesh Sutra”.
Have you read this? Professional writers agree “The Flesh Sutra” is cool.
The working title is “The Flesh Frequency” and it is set in 1971 San Fransisco. It’s not going to be as body horror as TFS, but I’ve got some frightful stuff happening in the Carruthers House as some paranormal investigators go in to figure out strange goings on.
I’m trying to pull a little slight of hand that I saw done in the haunted house movie “Session Nine” (have you seen it? It’s creeeepy!). In the meantime, happy little ideas have allowed me to vent on things I liked about the era, like the music was pretty boss; and about things I do not like, like the predatory sexuality, drug abuse, and the sun-blinded optimism of the times. The Breendoggle makes an appearance. Look that up and get skeeved.
Also, I am working with my publisher Noble Fusion Press to better promote our quality works from our award-winning, attractive authors.
So here I am, my own little slime mold intuiting my way to the petri dish of agar, which for me would be my own quiet apartment in a metropolitan area and a healthy relationship, hoping this year brings you plenty of sugar and other genotypes with which to fuse.
That was forced, yes, but I have to keep an edge.