Reading this makes me want a donut, before they go extinct too.
Oops! Running a little late tonight.
Had a great weekend of art and friends and good food. And the cantaloupe was never even eaten.
There was the stone age, the iron age, and then, as always, the drinking age.
Tonight (Thursday) I went to a lovely party for a couple hours, filled with artists and just creative, neat, fun people. It’s strange the different lives I have. The local community life. The back-home family life. The online life. The multiple imaginary worlds I create life. And yet, it’s all one life.
I feel pretty lucky. or like a cat. 🙂
So, um, the One Way Kickstarter is floundering a bit. I’m sorry so many of you were disappointed in the ending (although glad so many of you loved the ending!), I’m still very fond of it. I recommend you all go and pre-order, and make it work! But… if the goal isn’t reached, I will look into Print-On-Demand options, so it can happen.
And allow me to assure you again: Anna Galactic is funny crazy sci-fi adventure and has a very satisfying ending.
In the meantime, more Vampire insanity.
One week in to the three-week campaign for the One Way Kickstarter. And 1/3 of the way there. Whoot! Right on track. Buy your advanced copy today!
This weekend I dew, wrote, and painted. I saw live music at the local cafe, had brunch with a friend, and snuggled with kitties. What more could a poor boy ask for?
Speaking of kitties! Babette is still looking for a home. Anyone in the NE poking for an extremely playful sweet 1.5 year old with all her shots and is spayed?
Welcome to my interim comic “Vampire Bicycle.” A non-story gag strip which will run for a few weeks while i finish up development of Anna Galactic.
The situation is that of Whitby, a young man (a wee bit over 600 years old), and his werewolf companion, Laika. Whitby rides the globe on his bicycle, pulling a coffin behind him so he has some place to sleep during the day.