I hope 2013 is treating you good so far. It’s been an odd winter here in Georgia. In any given week the temperature will be in the mid 70s, then drop to the 30s or 40s later that week… and then quickly get warmer again. I’m not complaining, I’m not a huge fan of freezing cold weather.
I have a lot going on this year, and one of my New Year’s resolutions is to keep everyone better informed about things... so you should get more newsy news this year.
Editing on my third Sebastian and the Afterlife book is coming a long nicely. It’s going to be the series conclusion, and an exciting conclusion it will be. The book has a title and a tentative release date in the fall of this year. I will make more specific announcements soon as the editing wraps up. There will likely be more web/live appearances and signings coming up as I promote the upcoming book and the series as a whole. I’ll miss all of my old Sebastian and the Afterlife characters, but I’m really excited to start on a new story that has been swimming around in my mind for a while.
I have plenty of film stuff going on as well. I got the opportunity to be in a few films late 2012 that should be hitting the screen soon. I expect ‘Hell Hole’, “Masked’, ‘The Hospital’, and ‘The Spectacular Now’ to all be released relatively early this year. Hell Hole, Masked and The Hospital will be making the film festival circuit and will hopefully be picked up by distributors. The Spectacular Now will have a large release and it should be coming to a theater near you sometime this year. In addition to these movies, I have been busy filming a web series that should be released next month. I will be starring as Matthew, a normal guy who begins receiving not-so-normal messages from an unknown source. Sorry to be cryptic, I can’t say a lot about it yet.
I plan on 2013 being my return to music as well, so be on the look out for a new album to drop in the spring. I’ll keep you posted.
I hope you have a lot of great plans for the upcoming year, and hopefully I can keep you entertained when you take a break from what you’re doing.