Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Risks Of Departure - Part 2

Something is happening this year. I can't explain it but my desire to write is increasing. Things that were taking up my time before are becoming less important. God has done something to me inside and I'm digging it. This is a wonderful feeling because once something like this starts to happen, it confirms in your heart that this is what you're supposed to be doing. Writers need that kind of affirmation to keep going.

At the moment I'm working on two major projects. One is a graphic novel I've titled Twelve. The other is a novel titled The Different Ones. I'm finding that working on more than one project at the same time keeps me writing which in turn will make me more productive .

In addition, I have more good news. I just saved a bunch of money by switching to Geico.

No. Seriously. The Justice Directive sample, another graphic novel proposal which you can find on this blog, will be published later on this year. It's slated to be printed some time this summer.

Posting my past work here is a joy for me because it serves as another sign of the ability that God has blessed me with. I remember when I went through my old stuff and was amazed at all the stories and things I had written. It reminds me of that simple, timeless adage for writers. Writers write.

Today, I'm posting the second part of the Ellium: Hybrid anthology story Risks Of Departure. As I said before, people tended to like this story and me and the publisher talked about continuing the story as a separate endeavor more than a few times. The story definitely has the capacity to be expanded. Whether that will come to fruition remains to be seen.

The page sequence on this is left, right, left, right. Click on the pages. Float your cursor over the bottom right hand corner and you'll get an icon that you can click on to get a full view. God bless and enjoy.


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