A Year In Review (and a look forward)

Two thousand and ten was a pretty damn good year for me – both personally and professionally.  I got engaged right before the new year to my beautiful fiancé (believe me, it’s essential you have someone in your corner that believes in what you’re trying to accomplish), strengthened existing and literally made dozens of new friendships and had a slew of book deals and some other various ventures come to fruition that will be announced after the first of the upcoming year (one in particular is going to blow a lot of people’s socks off in the publishing world).  In 2010 I had a short film come out, a few short stories (including one in Shroud) and two anthologies where I was the Editor.  Then comes the upcoming year; where I have a total of seven books that are due to be released.  Half of these titles I will be Editor on and the other half will be my own writings.  Looking all the way to 2012; there will be a short story collection, a novella and another anthology where I’ll be the Editor.  Almost all of the upcoming books during the next two years were announced in 2010.  So, as you can see, it has been a hell of a year.

2010 was the year I set the stage of things to come.  2011 is when I start to take over the genre – in more ways than one – but that involves the announcement that will be made after the first of the year.

Until then…hope you all have a safe and happy holiday season.  See you all in 2011.

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One Response to “A Year In Review (and a look forward)”

  1. Janet Harriett Says:

    Congratulations on a long list of accomplishments!

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