This year has been an interesting year for me creatively. I got done more writing this year than I had in 2009. I finished my book, Zombie Fight Night, released it; wrote 95% of Possession of the Dead, released it; edited and compiled my short story collection, Magic Man Plus 15 Tales of Terror, released it; and aside from a week or two here and there, kept up with my weekly installments of Zomtropolis.
All this on top of publishing and marketing books for Coscom Entertainment.
It’s been busy.
Looking ahead to the New Year, I have a pretty good idea what’s going on with me creative-wise, the main things being to write and publish the third and final book in my Undead World Trilogy; finish and publish Zomtropolis; and finish and publish the next Axiom-man novel. Those are priority. Anything else I write is just extra at this point.
Since I do most of my creative writing in the evenings, I need something to do during the dayjob, which is Coscom Entertainment.
So . . .
Next year we’re going to be publishing new novels by Lorne Dixon, Nickolas Cook, Ryan C. Thomas, Keith Gouveia, Eric S. Brown, W. Bill Czolgosz and more.
We’re going to see the mass market release of two Coscom Entertainment mash-ups (the reissues of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Zombie Jim by Mark Twain and W. Bill Czolgosz (April 2011), and Alice in Zombieland by Lewis Carroll and Nickolas Cook (March 2011)), the continuation of the Coscom Entertainment Monster Novella line (the first of which, The Weaponer by Eric S. Brown, is already available on the Kinde here, with the paperback coming next week), more titles in the Coscom Blue Banner Classics line (current ones include, Emma, Persuasion, Mansfield Park and Northanger Abbey, all by Jane Austen), and other extra surprises and fun projects.
It’s going to be busy, but it’s going to be fun, and I hope you stick around for the ride.
And as if that wasn’t crazy enough, I’m going to attempt a regular comic book (probably a new issue every six weeks), and bring Axiom-man to the comic book world on a regular basis. It was comics that got me started in this business and I’ve been itching for the past three years to get hardcore back into it. It’s time I did something about that.
It sounds like a lot–and it is–but I have a plan to help keep things on track, and the support of the best team of authors around. Seriously, those I publish through Coscom Entertainment are amazing men and women who are not only awesome on the page, but also in real life as well. Please support them by checking out their books. They deserve it.
Okay, it’s back to work for me. Hope everyone else is having a productive day as well.