At long last I have finished my research and begun actual writing on my new project: not the sequels to I Am Not a Serial Killer, as those are already finished, but something completely different. I’m very excited.
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Ooh, can’t wait to hear more about this!
How long do you normally spend on research? Can you give us even a tiny hint about your new project? (i.e. Is it YA? Horror?)
BTW, I’m totally telling all my friends/relatives/random strangers about Serial Killer but I’m going to have to agree with Arlene on this one. I’m still hankering for more. =] Guess I’ll have to reread it for now. (Like I wasn’t going to anyway.)
I would reread but my friend has it. I can’t believe Serial Killer isn’t being released in the States until next year! It takes too long!
…So what is this new project? I’ve already sworn to read anything you write, so bring it on!
Exciting stuff! And kind of scary.
Best of luck.
The real important question is whether or not zombies are involved.
No zombies. And not even schizophrenics. This is kind of a weird project that got stuck into the schedule unexpectedly.
Well, now we’re all intrigued. When do we get sample chapters?
I suppose it’s just the nature of great authors to tantalize their readers, huh? At least you know we’re hooked.
and now i know…heh heh heh!
Steve, are you saying you know what the project is? You’re killing me!
I don’t like you, Steve. Not at all.
You know I was joking, right?
and i am way excited for this new project! considering how good books 2 and 3 were of the Serial Killer trilogy, this new stuff should be awesome!
Well played, Steve. Well played.
Thank you Dan. I do try. We are gonna have to chat about this project. We have great ideas when we chat.
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I cover US and Germany pretty well. Which country should I visit for a book tour next?
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