Insidious Reflections vol 5 is on sale now with my cover design. Jack Ketchum himself gave it the thumbs up, and has it posted on his own site. Don't know how official it is, but it's been announced he'll be a guest at this year's Horrorfind...
You can buy Insidious Reflections at many (and growing) venues, but start with their site by clicking here (scroll down the page to see vendor links):
This month has been productive on so many levels... fuckton of work coming through that pays the bills right now - so much so that I'm caught between wishing it would slack off a bit and wondering if I shouldn't get an off-site grunt to farm out some work to. We'll see how long the trend lasts.
I've got a short story cooking up right now that's going well. Finished adapting a short story into a short screenplay. Written roughly 12k words on a novel, and continued work on this (click here to see)
and the most recent Follywood sale...
Title: The Missing Link
Log line: A monkey spy adventure in the vein of "The Bourne Identity."
Writer: Ron Friedman and Steve Bencich
Agent: Ryan Saul of Metropolitan Talent Agency, mngr. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein of Gotham Group, and atty. Robert Szymanski of Eclipse Law
Buyer: Walt Disney Pictures
Price: Mid six figures
Genre: Family Comedy
More: Pitch. Bryan Brucks and Contrafilm’s Beau Flynn & Tripp Vinson will produce.
Please people... I mean really. Another monkey movie? Haven't the other monkey movies covered all we really need to say? A monkey spy adventure? Mid-six, I say... I say... MID-SIX FIGURES for this? A pitch? It's not even WRITTEN yet????
Okay. Fine. Don't listen to me. Go do your banana tricks and get your monkey laughs, but don't come crying to me when I see the dvd ushered directly into Wal-Mart's $5 bin two weeks after its release.