Updates & Notes
Couple of tidbits and an informal poll for all you cool readers out there... First off, my good pal Joe Nassise (with whom I'm co-authoring the HELLstalkers series on the Verizon/Vodafone networks) has launched an ambitious new novel project, THE MIRROR'S ROAD. This is a pledge-driven project over at Kickstarter.com. Basically, you pledge a certain amount toward his goal of reaching $5,000 and you can get all sorts of insider tips, see how he writes, behind-the-scenes stuff and much more. It's a pretty intriguing project, and Joe only actually gets the money you pledge if he reaches the funding goal. All payments are handled by Amazon.com and it's perfectly safe. If you'd like to read more about the project, please head on over and give the page a look-see - then pledge something!. Joe's an international best-selling author and his stuff is good, real good. Plus, he's one of the few folks I actually consider a true friend in this crazy business. He's good people; so please lend some support. Still waiting for news on when HELLstalkers will be up and running. Apparently, there are some technical issues that need to be worked through. More hurry-up-and-wait, which is frustrating but at least it's better to get them out of the way now. News on the release when I have it. THE FIXER television series is progressing slowly. We shot a second teaser trailer and there's a bit of a hold-up on the audio side of things. So while that's being worked on, we're up to some other stuff but it's all top secret and I can't discuss anything yet. Speaking of the Lawson Vampire novels, I *should* have some other news on them to release soon. Wish I could say more about this, but... 🙂 If you've been a fan of Lawson for a while, or even if you're new to the series via the television show, then you might know that for a while now, it's been a goal of mine to chronicle some of Lawson's earlier adventures when he was operating more on an international scale. Lawson got really active in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s before being assigned to the New England AO (area of operations) and I haven't detailed most of these missions as yet (although we are running THE MADAGASCAR MATTER right now and we're already up the chapter 3 of the fun. You should subscribe and get in on the the fun!) but have wanted to. My thought has always been that doing so would be especially fun as a comic series or a graphic novel. Seeing Lawson come alive in illustrated form has always appealed to me and it's another media platform I'd like to get involved with. But before I do, I'd like to ask you a few questions. Feel free to post your responses in the comments section immediately after this post, over on my Facebook Fan Page or email me. 1. Would you prefer a 5-issue comic series or a complete graphic novel for these missions? (Each mission would take approximately 5 issues of comics or one graphic novel) 2. Most graphic novels cost around $15.95 for a glossy trade paperback edition. Are you willing to pay this? 3. If so, would you be willing to pre-order it? (If I get enough pre-order now, I can secure the artist and hopefully we can get this out by October) Hope you all have a great Friday! Thanks for taking part in my informal survey! Feel free to retweet this or share it around Facebook - the more input, the better!