I thought I would give folks an update about my current projects and what’s going on in my attempt to write as many wonderful stories as possible before someone buys Gary then makes it into a multi-billion dollar movie.
BOOK SALE: Good news for people who may not have had a chance to enjoy my “serious” books with WRAITH KNIGHT and LUCIFER’S STAR are going to be on sale for 99c on Kindle, Nook, and other sources this month. They’re two of my best works and I think fans of the other ones will find it tremendous.
AGENT G: I’m finally getting around to getting the physical copies of AGENT G’s trilogy. I’ve long loved the adventures of my cyborg antihero and I am looking forward to once more letting fans have a chance to read it in paperback. I’m a little embarrassed that it’s taken so long to make the transfer. I’m also debating a new set of covers.
BRIGHTBLADE: I’m very pleased to announce the imminent release of another series in my UNITED STATES OF MONSTERS world. Brightblade follows the adventures of Ashley Morgan, private detective and bounty hunter operating in New Detroit (City of Vampires). When her ex-boyfriend, Alex Timons (I was a Teenage Weredeer) shows up and a magic sword falls into her possession, she has to keep an ancient evil from coming back.
THE KINGDOM OF SUPERVILLAINY: I have plans to do no less than 12 volumes of the Supervillainy Saga. The Kingdom of Supervillainy follows Gary’s less-than-spectacular attempts to be a hero in Atlas City. When someone kills the previous Splotch, he has a murder to investigate and all too much evidence it happened at the hands of an old friend. No cover art commissioned for it, yet.
LUCIFER’S WORLD: The third Lucifer’s Star novel is one I’m working on methodically as I want it to stick to the high standards of the previous volumes. Cassius Mass and company end up on a quest for an ancient treasure ship that contains documents that may guarantee humanity’s freedom under their new masters. Of course, everything they’ve been told is a lie.
BLACKEST SPELLS: The sequel to my very successful anthology last year. Blackest Spells will be a collection of short stories by wonderful writers like Allan Batchelder, Paul Lavender, Ulff Lehmann, and Matthew Johnson. Each story will talk of evil magic, curses, wizards, and other examples of foul sorcery. I have three stories in it myself.