I’ll have to admit, the month’s been pretty good to me so far. Some of my projects are either finished off or nearing completion – I’ve had the final post in my book-length series on the work of Charlee Jacob published, to start with. I’ve also got some new work to get started on: in particular, I’ve finally reeled in a professional writing gig I’ve been angling after for a while now. I’m not in a position to go into detail publicly, but suffice to say that this time next year I should have a new book out.
I’m very happy with how Midnight Widows issue 2 is progressing, too. Marcel Hauptvogelova is finishing off the cover as I write these words.
Right, I’d best get cracking on my projects for February. See you then, beloved readers…
Articles of mine published elsewhere this month:
- Remembering Charlee Jacob: Containment
- She Who Must Be Obeyed: Wonder Woman’s Secret Origin as Victorian Villainess
- Daphne Byrne review
- Plunge review
- Amazing Histories, January 1929
- Werewolf Wednesdays: Dracula the Dirty Old Man, Assignment Terror, Cry of the Banshee and Fury of the Wolfman
Article topics for February and beyond: