It has been far too long.
Perhaps I should explain myself. It looks like the whole Me-Being-A-Full-Time-Writer thing kicked off fairly quickly. Since my short story "Pass The Can" got published last September, opportunity has come a-knockin'. I'm now screenwriting for three independent film companies (including one staffed by me and three other people) and more of my shorts are getting released, slowly.
I should be making more updates on I've A Nuke but frankly it's been a little hard to put the energy in to write something new every week. This is especially the case now that I have sixteen short stories on the go that I'm trying to get released in addition to the screenwriting I'm doing. Focusing on that has become a priority.
So here's what's happened. In addition to one of my short stories making it into the forthcoming Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes, I've also succeeded in throwing together a low-budget short horror-comedy film called Connect. I did it as a pilot project with my friend's up-and-coming production studio for a contest. You can watch it here, but be warned: it's rushed. Plus, starting next week I'll be working on the Pilot for a webseries called Tymania, about the misadventures of real-life Latin pop star Christian Ty. This is a big departure from the kinds of stories I write, but hopefully it will be worth it.
Other things are on the go, of course. I'm plotting a trip to Chicago for August. My brother lives there and I've never gotten the chance to go down there until recently. Then, I'll be working overtime trying to do other things. I'm not sure when I'll be back on I've A Nuke, but hopefully whatever I produce will be worth your time.
Stay tuned, and hopefully:
See you next time,