Living the life of a beach bum on Dauphin Island, Alabama, has been wonderful. Writing while looking out over the Gulf of Mexico or Mobile Bay is relaxing. My writing has improved, although it's tough to keep from walking on the beach instead. Life here is a lot more laid back than Orange Beach, Perdido Beach, or Galveston Island. With only 1100 residents, it's like a small village but with lots of bars, restaurants, and festivals. I haven't found a band yet, but I do jam at an open mic on Thursdays at a bar across the street. So far, I love it. So does Kim.
2018 was a slow writing year due to poor health, more band gigs with Area 51, and searching for a beach condo. My goal and hope for 2019 is a productive year with increased financial yields. Don't we all!
Book 3 of my Jake's Law series is nearing final stages of completion. Jake is still as bad ass as ever, but a bit more contemplative. The zombies are just as deadly.
Cold Steel Justice, my new horror novel set in the 1880s West, is moving along. It's fun researching 1880s Arizona. It's amazing how poorly the movies do in regards to correct history settings.