I am not out of things to write about. In fact, I have far more ideas than I have time to manage. So I will waste some time I don’t have in plotting out the way forward through the creative jungle.
I am at the climax of the novel Stardusters and Space Lizards. I have seen by posting it chapter by chapter here that I must not only finish it, as a good, timely science fiction novel, but that I must experiment with publishing the entire thing on my blog. I may later self-publish the thing, but you will get the chance to see the entire rough draft here… on Tuesdays.
I also have several cartoon series that I want to expand upon and publish here. That includes my Action Figure Follies, my Tales From Fantastica, and Hidden Kingdom. These are also posted in my vault, Mickey’s House of Fiction.
I want to post further on what I am learning about the perilous publishing journey that I hope to complete before I die, sharing with you some of the many secrets, tricks, hopes, and foolishnesses I have used to shoot myself in both feet and sink myself into the quicksand of author anonymity.
I have a post in mind about the YouTube videos of the NerdWriter, an auteur of infinite and in-depth ideas. I want to share some of his amazing work and insights with you.
And the conspiracy theorist inside me is bursting to get out with everything I have learned about William Shakespeare. who has never really been who we think he is, and the very solid evidence of why I believe in this loony conspiracy theory when I don’t believe that the moon landing was faked by Franco Zeffirelli.
At some point, too, I need to let you in on the creative processes that occur as I write the novel Recipes For Gingerbread Children. It seems to be another inevitable novel that has to come out of me before my stupid old story-teller head explodes with it.
And maybe I need to explain who Dr. Seabreez is, and why there is more than just one me traveling through time and space and laughter.
I know that is a lot to threaten you with all at once, and you may find a post like this extremely boring. In fact, you may have given up reading already. But I do intend to make these writing abominations actually occur, so you may as well grit your teeth and get ready as the creative wheels turn, or have a flat, or grow spikes… something like that.