Thursday, August 1, 2013
Sorry for anyone who has been reading any of these posts. I have been crazy busy these past few months. I bought a condo, changed jobs, lost the new job, and been creating The Fed 2. Crazy. After the Fed 2 is finish, mid August I will dedicate time to finish Gen-Eg 3. Most of the next book is in draft, I just have to refine it and finish it. Stand by! And thanks for following!
Monday, October 8, 2012
Its been tough. I've had to put the third Gen-Eg book on hold to work on two other projects. One of which is The Fed which I published last week. I am very satisfied with that book and now I can focus on the second Smashed Infants book (which is way over due). And then finish the Gen-Eg draft. I really enjoy working on my creations, but it does take a long time to complete each (one man operation here). For those going to the NYCC this week I will have a table in the small press area. Please stop by and say hello. It should be a great time. Thanks for your support!
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Its been awhile since I updated this blog...its just not something I am used to. I've been busy, a new house, new attitude at work, and trying to get two projects back on track (they have been neglected because of the move.) The third Gen-Eg book is well underway, and I plan on it being available before this years' NYCC. Which brings up another thing. The Great time I had at the first annual Asbury Park Con. I would like to thank Cliff and all the guys from South Jersey for throwing the event. I met a lot of hopefully new fans and even sold some books. It was a great time had by all. The next up is another con in Asbury Park, I heard it will be Sept 29th but nothing is confirmed yet. I am also going to be at the NYCC as I mentioned before. The show itself over shadows the small unknown artists like myself but after doing it the last two years I could not pass it up. So if you are planning to go to this monster event please look me up in the small press area. Keep checking here or on Facebook for more events and changes coming up. Thanks.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Sunday, November 27, 2011
Over the past week, I’ve enjoyed watching episodes of Battlestar Galactica on Hulu. For a while the episodes were only available on Hulu by buying their Hulu Plus network. There is no way I would do that, pay for more commercials???? Anyway that’s not the point. Some of the Galactica episodes I haven’t seen since they originally aired. And it was Fraking great! It’s been long enough that I don’t remember what was going to happen, so it was all new again!!! This led me to think of just how lucky I have been to witness/enjoy some major CLASSIC TV sci-fi shows and movies over the past three decades. These shows and movies as far as I’m concerned were milestones/breakthrough/ benchmark in the Sci-Fi world. These movies/shows have influenced so many things afterwards and continue to do so. To be clear these are my lists and you don’t have to agree with them, matters of fact make your own. TV Icon Sci-Fi programs (in no particular order) 1) Farscape 2) Star Trek (original) 3) Battlestar Galactica (2003) 4) Firefly 5) Space Above and Beyond 6) Twilight Zone Icon Sci-Fi Movies 1) Star Wars 2) Matrix 3) Predator 4) Alien 5) Aliens 6) Blade Runner 7) 2001 Space Odyssey 8) Road Warrior 9) The Thing (John Carpenters)- I wasn’t born for the first one 10) Avatar
Monday, October 24, 2011
Its been over for over a week and in many strange ways I miss it. For me the Con was a financial disaster, but I had a lot of fun and met some cool people. I also got to spend time with some dear old friends. I do believe that I am making great strides in my art, both professionally and personally. Of course I have miles to go before I can ever hope to support myself, but its a start.
That said here's a link to my interview (one of the first and definitely the first time I've ever been on Youtube)