Another week older, another week busier. At least that's how it feels. Last week I began Project: Scenic Route which is coming along at a nice, steady trot. Neither quickly, nor slowly, just...steadily. If I keep going at my current rate, I'll have reached the halfway mark within two-three weeks, which will please my editors to no end.
Neferata: The Blood of Nagash has got its final cover over at the Black Library site. Feel free to take a gander, perhaps click the 'Remind Me' button. Or perhaps pre-order it on Amazon.
Speaking of pre-orders, issue twenty of Hammer & Bolter is up and will be out later this month, and it includes a story of mine, "Lords of the Marsh", which features these fine fellows in all of their fighting, fiendish glory. If that interests you at all, I mean.
On the non-BL front, the forthcoming anthology Song of the Satyrs, which I've got a story in, got a cover, and it's a dandy one I think. My story, "The Briggs Hill Path", features Harley Warren and Randolph Carter facing down a fertility goddess/succubus/satyr sort of thing and not in the way you might expect, unless you do a dedicated Google image search and put the pieces together. I don't recommend that, though. It's scary in there.
And that's enough for today, I think. Out you go.