2024 – Year of the Dragon

Yes, I’m still here.

Ok, so I was shocked to find some people had left real actual comments on here. Thank you for stopping by! Usually it’s a bunch of bots leaving comments and some poonis in Guangzhou keeps trying to hack my website. So here’s the lowdown:

Pandemic screwed me up.

Pre-pandemic my most productive writing occurred when I got my butt out of my home and into a coffee shop. It was a good level of distraction, I always purchased some kind of espresso drink which for me means that since I spent money I better get some work done, and sometimes the people that walk in end up as zombies in the book.

Well, once I got stuck at home I started having the news on all the time hoping that we’d eventually get some good news. I’d be lucky to get any work done during that time stuck at home.

Fast forward past all that and I’ve got some new hobbies since I couldn’t do some of the old ones. Free time is definitely at a premium since now the old hobbies came back and I haven’t given up the new ones. The old hobbies sent me to Japan which was crazy fun.

One bit of good news though. I can work at home. I know how now. Thus, I’m finally making some good progress on the 3rd book. It’s challenging though as the first two were written from Blake’s perspective. This one though… I’m jumping around a lot. It’s a lot to keep straight, but I think it’ll pay off.

As of this post I’ve written 230 unformatted pages. To give you some idea of what that means as far as finishing, Lost and Found clocked in at 379. Assuming I need to write the same amount of book, I might be half down with the first pass. I hope to have it finished before the end of the year, so keep your fingers crossed.

Sorry again for the lack of updates. I think I probably say that every time I write something on my website. Rest assured though that I am working on the next book and those of you who are excited about what happens next please wait a little more. It’s coming, I promise you.

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