Posting Blues

No posts yet this year doesn’t mean I haven’t been doing anything. In fact, I’ve been super busy! Only six weeks into the year and I have a few things going on.

2014First, I’ve completed the screenplay Undertow which I’ve been working on for a year now. I’m sending it around and am looking forward to hearing some responses. No one’s gotten back yet, but it’s with an agent in Vancouver, a pro reader from the Blacklist, and I just entered it into the Page Awards. Fingers crossed!

Second, the Freedom screenplay is currently being considered by a production company. More on that when things are more solid.

 

Third, Marina and I finished our first Talismans of Thunder novel, Sola Eclipsed, and it was accepted by Stabenfeldt, with NO changes! We’re already writing the second book, Rover Moon.

Fourth, my short story Falling is coming out in the spring issue of Pulp Literature.

Fifth, my short story The Seventh Procrastination will be in the annual Sooke Writers Collective anthology, available in May.

And last but not least, I figured out the rest of the story for Holy Coyote, and am working on that script now too.

The only thing I haven’t been doing is posting on my blog!  Or working on Rain, Day of the Sky Monkeys, or Angel’s Flight, or any of the myriad editing projects I have.

Still, I’m liking 2014!

Posted in Juvenile, Miscellaneous, Screenplays, Undertow, Writing Life.

2 Comments

  1. Phew! It’s wonderful that you’re so fired up–and it was very exciting to read all your news. You have a lot of stories coming out–Yay, for us lucky readers. 🙂 And, yes, fingers crossed, absolutely re: UNDERTOW.

    I admit I love it when you’re posting more–but when your reasons for not doing so are great, how can I be anything but happy that you’re writing and publishing away.

    Happy, busy New Year to you!

    • Thank you so much, Ev! And congratulations on your own 2014 successes so far! I was so happy to hear that Toni Sheridan has another book coming out in November!

      Happy writing!

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