05 March 2011


One of the most difficult things I've had to do during this particular learning phase is put my erotica writing on hold. That's not entirely true. There was the fan fiction I came up with as a challenge for Stephanie Morris, but other than that, I've only been able to get at Captain Jayson Quetzal, and one other project that I've been creating in Spanish in dribs and drabs for the past 6 or 7 months. That is most likely to the great disappointment of my fans, and I'm endeavoring to at least let them know I'm alive with this post. In the sense that I'm seeking a source of energy, it is only fitting that in the background presently is KMFDM's 'Power':

But beyond that, a bit of and update - 

Captain Jayson is trucking along, adventures through the sub-tropical rainforests of Mexico, dragons, late 1800s New York City, and dirigibles all rolled into one. I promise, if you can make it through the first heady moments of a steamy, humid, heady, sexy summer in New York City's Lower East Side, one that opens with as much sensuality as you could possibly ask for, it the story only speeds up after that, and never lets you go.

'Desperdicios', la obra en castellano, is progressing with a disappoint similarity of lentitude. But I do have a story plan, and I am intent upon its final publication. My favorite part about that story is the fact that it shall hopefully remind the collective of spirits in this country that there is, in fact, a world beyond the veil, a crowd of phantasms and energy that cannot be touched by those of us on this side, and to whose dogmatic preachings we must intrinsically be subject. I'm having a great deal of fun continuing my story in that book, though, it seems that I will have to at some point backtrack and give the main character a good deal of foundation, simply because the premise of the entire thing requires the reader to know just how much he had purposefully bedeviled himself prior to the interestingness that befell him.

Stay tuned kiddles, if I have anything to do with it, this will be a great year!

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