It's about time I wrote a new blog post, but I'm not feeling very inspired today. Good thing I've got new content to link to everywhere but here!
*Over at the L.A. Times's Hero Complex blog, I've written about how I almost beat Sherlock and Elementary to the Holmes-updating punch. My old pal Gina McIntyre took over Hero Complex recently, so look for me to pop up there from time to time with more goofy pop culture musings.
*The fine folks at Crime City Central have included a reading of my story "Fred Menace, Commie for Hire" in their latest podcast. Mike Boris does a great job with the narration, so if you don't know the story (or even if you do) you might want to check it out.
*Blogger-reviewer-Great White Northerner and all-around good doobier Neal Munro has posted a new Q&A with me on his website, Gutenberg's Son. Well, the Q&A's not that new, actually. I just forgot to promote it when it first appeared a month ago. Oops. I guess that makes this a Cold Link. Maybe we can warm it up with a little Web traffic, whadaya say?
*And finally, mistress-of-all-things-zombie Jess D'Arbonne has given Cadaver in Chief a rave review over at the Denver Zombie Examiner. Just in case you don't follow the link, I'm going to quote my favorite lines here. [Clears throat.] "Probably the best thing about Cadaver in Chief is that it is genuinely, wickedly, intelligently funny...It is a textbook example of how to use zombies effectively in comedy." Thanks, Jess! And I'm happy to say she's not the only one singing the book's praises: It's racked up 16 five-star reviews on Amazon. And that's out of 20 reviews! Not a bad batting average. If you haven't given the book a try...well, dang it, what's the hold-up?
Coming Soon: a real update.