What’s going on

Let’s see. I went and saw Kong this week. Enjoyed it, but then I’ve always like giant monster movies. A shiver went up my spine at the end when…well, you’ll have to stick around to the end credit scene to hear what I mean.

I also saw John Wick and John Wick 2. There’s something funny about scary bad guys who have their own boogeyman that give them nightmares. Not for the faint of heart, though. Lots of blood and stylized violence.

The NFL Draft Combine ended, and I used to watch it, but not so much any more. In my middle age, sports just doesn’t interest me anymore. I wonder why? Anyway about the Combine, the sports channels sure do like to hype it up like it’s the most important thing since the SALT talks between the US and the USSR. Maybe that’s why: sports is fun, but it shouldn’t be life and death, which is how some people seem to view it.

As for my writing, book 1 of the Chronicles of William Wilde tentatively titled William Wilde and the Necrosed is still with the editor, and at my current pace, I should have the first draft of book 2, William Wilde and the Stolen Life, done by the end of March. I’ll eventually have more information about the series, like what it’s about, etc. in the future.

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  1. Hey Davis I have just finished the casts and the out casts and was wondering if you are considering writing another full book in that universe

    • Hi Liam,

      I’m glad you enjoyed the series!

      As to your question, I’ll be writing a full series set in Arisa in the not-too-distant future. Right now, though, I’m in the middle of The Chronicles of William Wilde, a story set in Cincinnati, Ohio circa 1986. It’s about a young man, a recent orphan just starting his senior year of high school. He meets a fascinating girl on his first day named Serena, a freshman named Jessira and eventually learns the truth about his family’s death, knowledge that sends him racing across the U.S. toward the only place of safety. Along the way, William meets a witch, a strange calico kitten, and worst of all, a being from his worst nightmares, an undead creature bent on his death.

      Davis

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