Sunday, November 13, 2011

Gone Writing!

The time has come for me to limit the distractions some. There are a few projects that I need to finish up so that I can get back to work on the Gray Locke series. As much as I love perusing the world wide web, I'm afraid it does prevent me from getting anything accomplished in a timely manner.

For the curious --
  • I am finishing up a screenplay based on a story that a friend and I wrote. (It is for an independent stop-animation flick)
  • I also need to finish an introduction and list of questions for an interview I am conducting on two fellow writers.
  • Then, I have an article that I started a while back for a fan-fiction website that I'd like to go over again and tweak, and hopefully post that up.
Amidst all this hectic activity, I have also been debating whether or not to start work on a book of illustrated poems, or should I get on to the next Gray Locke book -- after I finish the above-mentioned projects. So, stay tuned for my progress!


~ Craig


  1. That's an ambitious list, Craig! Your well of creativity runs deep...The screenplay thing sounds interesting, though I'm not sure what a stop-animation flick is, lol.

    I still think about circus kitties and the sandbox...Gosh, I wish I had better concentration skills! :)

  2. Hello, Bridget! I actually revisited the sandbox last week. I do hope we can -- one day -- add more to that story. It has so much potential, I think. :)

    As far as stop-animation ... in this case, it's with Lego bricks. (I am not involved with that process. I am writing the screenplay with suggested camera direction.) It's almost done.

    The other projects on that short list are almost finished as well. You know how we writers are sometimes; we could hold on to a manuscript for an eternity, making little changes here and there. So, it's really not as ambitious as it may seem. I just need to really focus on each one, individually, and be satisfied enough to let it go. :)

    Thanks for reading my blog. I know how busy YOU are, and you have some exciting things happening in your life right now with your book. I am SO excited for you, Bridget. :)