So, once again, the creativity bug has latched on to my exposed epidermis, sunk its nasty proboscis deep into my tender flesh, and is now suckling at the teats of my juicy, ripe and corpulent cells. This one’s been floating in the miasma of my brain stem for quite a while. Sci-Fi, post-apocalypso, not very horrorfying at all.
I’ve been reading David Lynch’s treatise on Transcendental Meditation and Film, Catching The Big Fish, and was meditating on the points El Lyncho had made regarding the germination of ideas, and the genesis of a story. I’ve had a few old ideas swirling through the wateslides in my head lately, but this one suddenly came clear as day.
So now, fired up with the blossoms of a new world growing in my brain, do I try and plow through the rest of Sinatra, or set it aside once more and try to get this one down on the books while it’s percolating?
Hmmmmmm… What to do? What to do?
In the meantime, my half-Fae, half-Demon life mate, The Divine Ms Liz, has an amazing objet d’art in a contest for Harlequin Jewellery. If you’re into that kind of thing, and so inclined, check it out and vote according to your tastes (although I personally think her selection is fucking BOSS!) CLICK on the PIC to vote. *You do need to sign into this thing through the Facebooks*
Also, I’m looking for just a couple more bites on the Kindle version of Living Dead at Zigfreidt & Roy for this month to put me at 500 DL’s. I would cry myself to blissful sleep if I managed to hit that milestone and knew there were that many people out there reading my little tale of Vegas Zombiepocalypse. So CHECK IT OUT and PICK IT UP! It’s got a 4.9 out of 5 star average and has been favorably compared to both Deadwood and Shaun of The Dead! How can you say no? And in celebration of being so damn close, here’s an alternate cover for ya!