I want to keep my readers (all 5 million of you) informed on how my book is coming along. I realized I kept a lot of details out, like what the book's called or about or how I, a simple movie dweeb (that's a word you don't hear too often anymore), talked to a publisher and they said "ok send in your manuscript". I've kept that out for a reason: I don't like to ruin surprises.
Which is odd, I know, since I put in spoilers for all the movies I review. But I can throw you a little bone here and there.
If you know anything about me, you probably have some idea on what it's about.
I'm just about half way done with the first draft. I already know I'm gonna have to go back and do major rewrites.
I came up with a better title than the one I sent to the publisher. I hope they like it.
Cause I changed the title, the overall theme of the book slightly changed, which I think will make writing it a lot easier now.
Again, I'm sorry about the last half of 30 Days of Horror. A lot of you (at least half of the 4 million readers I have) was digging it and looking forward to my review of "Twilight". Yes, I was gonna review Twilight. I got around to watching it so I probably will write about it sometime in the future.
Because my brain won't shut the hell up, I been thinking of stuff and ideas for my next one, if I were to get the chance to do a "next" one. I was thinking maybe fiction. Maybe.
Anyway, I wanna get the draft done before May is over, hopefully get is polished up in June and hope to have it published before Summer is over. I shall keep you all posted.
In the meantime, I'll plug my friend Bill's book. It's a book of poetry called "Stages of Love". I'm mentioned by name in it, that alone should be worth checking out. And since I have 4 million readers, if each one of you buy a copy, he'll be rich and can get a new car, since he was in a car accident on Tuesday.
Who says pity and sympathy don't work?