Well, the final January of the 2010s is over, and I can’t say I’ll miss it. I’m already rather tired of the annual limbo where a new year’s started and I want to feel optimistic about the future… but we’re still stuck in winter. And not the nice Christmassy winter with coloured lights and Bing Crosby numbers; just winter-winter. Grr. And brr.
Also, I caught a cold. It’s mostly cleared up, but I still have an annoying tickly cough.
Other than that, things are going pretty well for me. I’ve just sent 20,000 words’ worth of drafts to the relevant editors, and I’m in early talks about another project along similar lines. We’re also another month closer to the release of my book on The Mummy, and 2019 is still on track to be the year of the Midnight Widows.
Articles published elsewhere this month:
- The Vampyre’s Legacy: Two Centuries of Blood
- Amazing Histories, January 1928: Comets and Catastrophes
- Amazing Histories, February 1928: Rewriting History, Rethinking Physics
Article topics for February and beyond:
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