An Early Morning Update.

I’m up early this morning. And, for the hell of it, I decided to record a video episode. Now that How to Succeed in Evil the Novel is done, I’m compiling an anthology of stories from The Seanachai. It’s going to be titled, “Stories I Told Myself” As a learning experience I’m going to self-publish the work, and make it available in as many ways and places as possible.
Anyway, here I am bright and bleary:

4 replies on “An Early Morning Update.”

  1. Patrick!

    Good to hear from you! I can’t wait to read the book. Times are a little tight, but I know that any investment in the Seanachai is always a good one. Keep up the good work. I think both your Evil and non-Evil work are great. I enjoy supporting it all the way.

  2. Patrick,

    I am in favor of most anything you do. As always your stories are wonderful. But I track you via MP3. It was only because it had been so long that I came to the site and found the video. While it was interesting to see you, the video did not really add much. Please put out an MP3 of anything you do.

    —–Paul—–

  3. I wish you lots and lots of luck in your publishing endeavors. I’m eagerly awaiting the published version of How to Succeed in Evil; I listened to that book over six times, certain sections more. I think your writing style is fabulous, and when I found the Seanachai I was completely blown away. You have a ton of creativity and talent; I cannot wait to see your name on the spine of a book. I could see How to Succeed in Evil being analyzed in a university literature class, or on the list of contemporary classics.
    I’m fourteen and I am putting you on my list of writers I admire, right next to Ray Bradbury (your writing really strikes me as similar to his; something about the way you embed philisophy into your stories, or maybe the fanciful prose)
    You are my hero.

  4. The way I understand it, the point of the publishing industry is to do all the editing, promotion, and other nasty bits for the author, so that authors could do more of what they do best – write – and get paid for that.

    Speaking of, how soon can we expect more Vampire in My Face? Or even, dare I ask, more Evil?

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