This is a text conversation with a friend of mine:
Me: On plane, 30 minute delay
Paul: Flap harder then
Me: FLAPPING MY F***ING HEART OUT IS IT WORKING
Me: GUY IN SEAT NEXT TO ME IS GETTING PISSED
Me: I MIGHT HAVE BROKEN HIS NOSE MAKE SACRIFICES F***ER IM TRYING TO GET US IN THE AIR
Later, on IRC:
Paul: HOW ARE YOUR ARMS DUDE
Me: SO F***ING TIRED AND COVERED IN THAT GUY’S BLOOD
Me: HE WAS SO PISSY ABOUT IT OMG
Paul: WHAT A JERK
Paul: NOT A TEAM PLAYER
Good day, gentlepeople of all persuasions! I bring to you a novella filled to bursting with craziness, including in no particular order: a magical evil gun, a witch, alcohol, vampires, involuntary dimension hopping, alcohol, a missing elevator, using a bus as a getaway car, notable eye pigment shifts, alcohol, a pool hall, and Adam.
Did I mention booze? There’s some of that in there.
What No Eye Has Seen is available now at most of the major ebook retailers. So go ahead and make with the clicky-clicky, and give your eyeballs and your brainmeats a treat!
Remember that Dave Reynolds guy? The one who did the artwork for Two Vampires? Yeah, he did it again…
Another writer, a friend of mine, posted recently about her “obsession with wings” and winged people. Since she and I share that obsession, albeit for different reasons, I figured I’d link to her post here so that you could get her point of view:
My Obsession With Wings
In non-winged news, I’ve come up with a new title for the next novella (thanks, Wren Griffin!), and I’ve stolen it from the Gospel of Thomas (one of the Gnostic Gospels). Yay apocrypha!
Unrelated note – I think I like the Lansing Fleetwood Diner better than the original one in Ann Arbor.