Well, I’m pleased to be able to say that “Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Last Line” has been surprisingly popular, particularly in the UK, where it has been in the top 10 on Amazon for a couple weeks now. I’m actually quite flattered; I’ve had a number of e-mails asking for more Sherlock Holmes stories, so I have that on my [rather long] list of projects. “St. Peter,” too, has been steady, though its audience is much more narrow. And the Star Signs Operating Manual got quite the boost from its day of being a freebie, so that’s all good.
Meanwhile, I now have the following on my list (though they may or may not occur in this order):
- Finish The K-Pro
- Finish my zombie story (and possibly rewrite as a potential television pilot)
- Outline/Write the pilot for my British estate story/series idea
- Write my Henry II/Eleanor of Aquitaine project (still trying to decide on format; a play?)
- Finish “Stir Constantly” (a play)
- Finish “Can We Still Be Friends?” (a play)
- Write another Sherlock Holmes story
Okay, so that’s a pretty full slate . . . Plus I have plays out at various venues. And I’ll be at the Austin Film Festival in October, too, so I’m not sure what I need to have ready for that . . . Shaping up to be a busy fall!