21 June 2006


Sorry for the long silence. The problem with being a Writer/Producer/Director is I actually have to do those other things as well. So, it has been 1 exciting year since the release of Tales From the Long Road. The book has been nominated for some awards, I have been contacted by fans from far and wide, done a book signing here and there and just thoroughly enjoyed myself.

Now that TFLR's first year in existence is complete, I am now focusing on the next tale; The Gray Man. TGM will take you the reader into the streets, homes and lives of the people of South City. It is the time of the 'Holydays Festival' and Elves and Men will celebrate the 700th anniversary of peace and alliance between the two races. Of course our favorite Bounty Hunter Wolfwalker will find little time to celebrate as the festival is threatened by the murder of a high-ranking official. If that weren't bad enough, Wolfwalker must contend with rogue Assahssiin, Smugglers and the worst of South City's Underworld to get to the bottom of this mystery. That is if the legendary 'Spirit of Pursuit' The Gray Man doesn't get there first!

I expect TGM to be released by September '06. For those of you who thought TFLR was 'one hell of a ride', you'd better strap your car seats in extra tight! The Gray Man's going to give you both barrels just below the ribcage! Whoohoo! As if that wasn't enough, I've already started working on book 3 in the series. If you want to know the name of the next book, you'll have to read TGM first.

Just so you know, fans of my film & tv work should keep an eye out for my latest project 'Declaration'. Info will be posted at www.dreadedenterprises.com/Screen in a week or two. Also, the countdown 'til the DVD release of the feature film, 'Appointment with Mr. 'E.' continues. AWME has gotten rave audience reviews and is one heck of a movie too! Expected release is November '06. You can see the AWME movie trailer at: www.dreadedenterprises.com/Screen.

That's the long and short of things. Thanks for everything. It's been a great year!

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