It’s been quite some time since I posted anything here. If the twelve months of the year can be thought of as the twelve rounds of a boxing match, then in the latter half of 2017 hit me with a handful of suckerpunches and knocked me right onto my keister. Redundancy, illness and the delayed publication of Man O’War all conspired to make the latter half of last year a bit of a trial.
2018 is a new fight. I’m off the ropes, greased up and ready to go again. I started a new job at the UK Space Agency (which, yes, is very cool) just before Christmas, everyone at home is happier and healthier, and Man O’War is on track for its rescheduled publication date of 1st March 2018. More on that later.
After not writing a single word for about two months, I’m optimistic of finishing Hole in the Sky this Springtime, and will start the long and lonely ritual of hunting for agents. As well as this, I have high hopes of completing and pushing for print my Mythologica Urbana quartet of novellas, and a short story collection entitled C3I.