Her Majesty wishes you a Merry Christmas & Happy and prosperous 2016!
It’s been a crazy year, hasn’t it? It’s hard to believe that it’s almost Christmas… For instance, do you remember her?
Aye, what a dashing lady! I have such amazing memories of that night…
2015 was a good year for me, and while it could’ve been a better one for humanity, well, all I can say is that we deserve what we get… I can only hope that 2016 will be better for us, that the positive tone set by the Paris climate summit, as opposed to the same city’s wails only weeks before, will prevail and instill hope for a better future for our planet, and for us, all of us, no matter what faith we hold dear, where we come from or where we live.
This is the final post for 2015. As this post goes live, I’m already on vacation, with my entire family, somewhere in South-East Asia. I really look forward to it, need it. It’s been a hectic couple of months since the picture above was taken. I’ve written one and a half novels since (see film below), and finalized the edits for Ross Deere – Handy Man. The latter is due to reach book stores on January 14th, marking my seventh novel and the first release of four (!) for 2016. Yeah, it’s going to be a very hectic year, again.
But it’s all good fun, and I wouldn’t want to be doing anything else (except make [more] money doing it perhaps?) It is what it is. 2016, what’s in store? Well, besides four novels, of which one Erotica and one Thriller, we have the sequels to Jonathan’s Hope to look forward to, and in terms of conventions (i.e. if you want to see/meet me), there are four scheduled cons on my calendar right now: the Rainbow Book Fair in New York in April, EuroPrideCon in Berlin in June, the UK Meet in Southampton in September and finally, provided I make the cut, GRL in Kansas City in October. And no, Her Majesty will not travel next year, unless you pay her to…
I’ve been thinking a lot about how to “end” this year and what to put on the blog, and I finally decided to try this, a little film. I’ve been writing fiction for three years now, and I still remember my first one, Family Ties. Yet it seems so much has happened since. Thank you for joining me on my journey, and thanks to everyone involved, no one mentioned, no one forgotten!
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