It Has Been Over A Year
Yup, that’s right, last September was my last post here. Not like I was getting any real traffic anyway, and I couldn’t post my affiliate links on this free blog, so it has sat.
Not any longer.
I have been nudged to do something to promote my writing works. This blog is tantamount to the success at least in part, of that nudge.
So without further adieu, I am about to outline some of the latest meanderings of the boy name Sir Keystone and all that floats in his head. (um, yeah, hold your nose.)
Now, once per week I will be interviewing one of the characters from my novels, either published or in concept. Also, with this idea comes the next one that I should be posting what happens here and not in Notes at facebook like I have been. It would be much easier to point here than try to get people to like a series of notes they really don’t care about.
Sunday Signature at FaceBook will continue, but it will be mostly just the randomness that I had posted here. This blog will very soon become sirkeystone.com, a move that has been planned for two years, but never has come to fruition.
Here I will be telling you about all of the behind the scenes work, like the current recording of the audio book for Neighbor’s Basement that is underway right now, or my day and night obsession with creating the book trailer to post on youtube. The upcoming SunDay co-written with my brother, or the childhood imagination turned rampant post-apoc fiction with SpeedBreaker. Then there is always the monsterous Maraude which will have approximately 35 books in the series if the story line doesn’t get added to along the way.
To be upfront about this, I am not interested in getting a publishing deal, just like I really don’t care about a recording contract with our band, False Hope. It would be cool if it happened, but that is not where I am concentrating right now.
I will also pop in little reviews of books that I have read or movies I have seen with regard to whether they have changed the way I write fiction.
So with all of that in mind, I also have the upcoming full dramatic audio production of Stage and the Neighbor’s Basement serial manga/graphic novel that will someday start seeing the light of day, as well as a more grownup friendly version of Basement in concept right now called: A Dog and His Girl which will show the Basement drama from start to the unreleased new ending, where Barnhauer has learned how to come back from the dead. Opps, wasn’t supposed to say that, oh well, by the time someone actually reads this, the book will be a NYT Bestseller, or Amazon whichever comes first. Heheh
So that almost brings you up to a very brief version of what’s going on right now, so until we hear from our guest for the next blog issue, a Mister Shelby Lawson former CIA agent and my only crossover character for any of my novels. He shows up in two areas in Maraude and in the second sequel to Stage, Wyldheart, as well in his own book, Unshadow.
He and I will talk about his connection to both of the other two series and how he got conned into driving a limousine full of gymnasts across country in Unshadow.
Posted on November 9, 2011, in Outside work and tagged audiobook, book reviews, book trailer, Neighbor's Basement, podiobooks, Shelby Lawson, sirkeystone, SpeedBreaker, Stage, unshadow, Wyldheart. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.