So, all print editions of The Lycanthrope Club: Book II are up on Lulu and I've made the necessary arrangements for it to be distributed on Amazon (just got to wait now). The project is done. Now what?
There are a number of works sitting unfinished on my desktop. The Last Recruit, for one. Bite Me! for another (I received permission from Lobo Leo to continue the series on my own; no, I haven't been in contact with him recently). The latter would be a little tricky since I think it would work better as a comic, but there you go. There's one of my more neglected series, Refugees, and then there's another, entirely new, non-werewolf story I've been working on as of late called Mythanthrope. I've had the basic idea for the setting for a while now but I've had a hard time developing it beyond the concept. I also have to work up rules for The Lycanthrope Club universe in Daemoneye Publishing's Universal Decay RPG system. Then there's the distant, looming prospect of book III, but I'm not ready to start scaling that particular windswept mountain, thank you.
I don't want to take a sabbatical but I just don't feel particularly invested in any of the aforementioned projects right now. I want to move on to something new but the inspiration just isn't there. I'm half-tempted to open the floodgates for another set of story requests (please note: I haven't said I am yet). We'll see what develops.
So, really not an announcement as much as it is me letting you know I'm still alive and active and acknowledging that there is a lot on my plate.
Watch Gate: jieitai kanochi nite kaku tatakaeri