Full Metal Adrenaline Novel Progression is the best way I can describe the revolution tearing through my digits, via pen and keys, like an unpredictable tropical storm.
I know not where I will end up.
A storm’s forecast is, after all, fickle at best.
The new work, new novel I should specify, is not going to be named yet. The title may or may not stick, Eager Readers.
But the work is filling my very limbs with a thrill, the like of which only consecutive cups of the tastiest, strongest French-pressed coffee can compare too (and for me that is of the highest order, folks).
I think it is damn good.
I will say that at this point, the start went off at a terrific speed, and then I sputtered a bit, editing, seeing to other projects and to the great issues of life: mainly the health of myself and the family.
And now, coming blistering off the starting line is a motorcycle rushing and flying toward the two hundred mile per hour mark.
So you know this thrilling novel will have mystery, suspense, outlaw motorcycle clubs, as the federal government refers them, and a lot of intensity.
I have conducted years of research into the metaphysical, philosophical, and physics-type realms that is at the heart of the novel.
And I have some first-hand experience with bikers, right Dad, and a few of those traveling souls who have come across biker gangs in the course of pub-crawling.
Oh the stories I could tell!
And I will.
I am anxiously awaiting word on my sequel to Cyberwar, as well as the debut of my first book of poetry American Political Asylum.
I must be patient.
Fun is on the way.
Speaking of which, a new literary review website, specializing in any book that has been on the market for at least one month, will be going live possibly as soon as next week.
I will be kicking it off with the reviews of some of my favorite works, old and young.
And I am implementing some final edits from the children’s book my wife, Cassie, and I have been passionately putting down.
We love this book. And we feel so much more can be done in its universe.
And since she and I are having our very first child in a couple months’ time, it is appropriate that I get my ass in gear and complete what I need to do for it, because the concept art that Cheryl Huneke, mi madre, has done for it already is absolutely gorgeous.
I am sorry to have been away so long, Eager Readers, but I promise the wait will not have been in vain.
I hope you are all well and reading to your heart’s desire, folks.
I have turned the tide and started on my journey. Words and Worlds hang in the balance and I am writing it all down before the RJ Tower! Read about my newest novel on CyberwarSeries.com