Kaiju Apocalypse, a novella I wrote with Eric S. Brown, was sold this morning to Severed Press. I’m very happy at this, since it’s been about a month since I sold anything and I was beginning to get antsy once more. Now I’m working on two things — Prince of the Rotted, my Babylonian zombie story, and Murder World, another SF book with Eric.
I also got word last night that The Finder’s Keeper did not win the 2014 Darrel Award for Best Short Story. It was First Runner-up, which is good. I was just surprised and happy it was a finalist at all, really. Congratulations to Victor Lorthos, whose story Angels in Gas Stations won.
Next up… uh… huh. I’m not sure what’s coming out next. It may be Kaiju Apocalypse, since it was a pretty clean final draft we sent in. It also could be something else, like one of the Sha’Daa stories (I’m sure Sha’Daa: Pawns will be out before June, and Sha’Daa: Facets will be out soon after that).
Staying busy is good. One way or the other.