New Year’s Day!

And what a year it’s been. The Standard Tech Case Files: The Black Coats was released on the first of July, I quit Ticketmaster in August (yahoo!) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens game out four days after my birthday. All in all, 2015 was a fantastic year.

And I intend for the next year to be even better. Here’s the plan:

  • My Patreon page is finally up and running. Granted, my last experiment with crowdfunding in August didn’t turn out so well, but that’s okay. I learned a lot from that experience, and I think that Patreon at the end of the day will serve my needs much better than Kickstarter would have.
  • Still working on that Valentine’s Day short story. It’s called The Valentine’s Day Massacre and will be out February 14th (or 13th, if your a patron!)
  • Work on The Standard Tech Case Files: The Dead and the Damned is continuing apace as well. Due to the current state of my finances, it won’t be out until much later this year. But I am done with the series bible and I’m working hard on getting this sucker done.
  • Robots and Vampires is free on Amazon starting today and for the next five days. Please, if you do download, leave a review. For those of my followers who are also authors, I’ll be more than happy to return the favour and review your work as well. Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NDLMDT4?*Version*=1&*entries*=0
  • Currently, I am working on getting hardcover and paperback versions of my novels out there. I’ll keep you guys posted as times goes on.

I think that’s about it for now. I’ll have more for you guys on Tuesday!

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