Tuesday, July 31, 2012
To my pleasant surprise, I happened across a Facebook posting about Native American gunfighter Lone Crow, which led to an article on Josh Reynolds' Royal Occultist Blog that lists every published occurrence of Lone Crow's weird western adventures. Check it out, and while you are there poke around Reynolds' blog for information on other occult investigators and especially his own excellent series characters Charles St. Cyprian and Ebe Gallowglass.
In a bit of Crow-related news, which I've mentioned previously, an eighth Lone Crow short story entitled The Vanishing City has been accepted for publication by Science Fiction Trails magazine. I'll share more information as that comes to fruition.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
...still chronicling the potential demise of the Gantlet Brothers. The Gantlet Brothers: Sold Out is at 88k words and counting. I should be wrapping up the first draft next week.
As for the this year, look for The Island of Lost Souls within the next couple of months. This is my take on the Arthurian legend and my reading of Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur leads me to believe that Arthur and Merlin were less than paragons of virtue and goodness. Still, we do have a pair of heroes in the brother knights, Balan and Balin, from North Umberland.
Thursday, July 19, 2012
In case you missed the news, Josh has a new website devoted to Charles St. Cyprian and Ebe Gallowglass and to celebrate he's posted a free short story entitled Wendy-Smythe's Worm. If you browse through the back postings you can locate the three parts to the story, but to make it easier I've located the three parts and posted the links right here!
Wendy-Smythe's Worm Part 1
Wendy-Smythe's Worm Part 2
Wendy-Smythe's Worm Part 3
Monday, July 2, 2012
Check out Derrick Ferguson's Dillon blog for the skinny on his upcoming Dillon novel and some super secret info about the next story that teams up rock star troublemaker Sly Gantlet with that same global instigator known by the one-word monicker of Dillon.