Well, well, well. Even as I sit surrounded by unpacked boxes and an irritatingly slow internet connection, it turns out you just can't keep a good me down, and you can't keep a good anthology down either.
Yes, I've mentioned them before, but The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, a comic anthology with a time travel theme, just tweeted this:
Which is, in case you were wondering, a preview of the story I wrote for their third issue, coming this March.
Well, I'm almost completely moved out and the internet here is about to stop working, which feels a bit final. Basically that means I won't be able to get an update out today, but once I get a laptop set up in my new place I can work offline and then upload the files from an internet cafe or something, so with any luck the update will be late, but only by a day or two.
This is all very sad really. Why not share the website and the Facebook page to your friends, to cheer me up? (Nudge nudge).
Well, this is a blog I never wanted to have to post. I'm going to be moving house soon, and I'm going to be doing the best I can to not let that mess up the website's schedule. This could mean I won't be able to get online at home though. My plan is to keep working offline even if I don't have regular internet access. So even if the website does go quiet for a while, I'll have tons of content ready when I'm back online again.
News about the comic, the website, and other generally relevant ramblings.