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I can’t believe it’s February already.  It’ll be June before I know it.  Man, so much to do.  The good news is I’m moving along.  I’m really happy with the progress I’m making on Unwanted Heroes.  Something about it is very liberating.  I think part of it has to do with how the slightly disjointed storytelling allows for such creative and writing freedom.  Ideas flow freely because I don’t have to force the storyline to stay within a particular boundary.  I want to clarify here that I’m not making a 21st century Watchmen or Brat Pack or Kingdom Come.  It’s just a crazy world that mirrors our real world in a way that seems natural, inviting, and scary at the same time.  Hopefully. 

Enough of that for right now.  I don’t want to keep talking about it and build it up to heights it can’t obtain.  I’ve been talking a lot about UWH recently, but I haven’t mentioned progress on any of the other stories.  Well, it comes in spurts.  Wait, that came out all wrong, let me try again.  And yes, Matthew, you did come at a bad time.  I don’t believe in forcing ideas.  You can make yourself write, but unless your thought process is in full gear and the ideas are flowing like ambrosia, you’ll more than likely end up erasing and starting all over again.  So, why push it?  Why try and force something that’s not coming naturally?  Just give it a little time and let it come out on its own. 

I’ve been giving some thought to a sequel, of sorts, to The Unknown.  Taking Carlton and Murdock and sending them on a new journey to explorer the unusual.  I want to follow the same theme, but haven’t been able to pin down a good concept.  Again, just have to give it time.  I wish I had more to say this week, but my mind is a tempest of random thoughts and forced responsibility.  It’s hard for me to concentrate and focus one just one thing.  I’ll work on it for next time. 

Until then, keep your boots on.   @#*!



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