2012 (not the crappy movie)

January 10th, 2012 • Posted in Book News, Random Stuff |

Happy New Year!  Hope you all had a great Christmas break.  We had fun … lots of socialising, some walking, and I even fitted in a few runs (one on Boxing Day, only a few miles but utterly quiet and peaceful).  So now it’s 2012, and no, the world’s not going to end.  Believe me.  If it does, call me a liar.

So what’s in store for 2012?  I’ve already talked about new books of mine that will be released this year.  And it was naughty of me not to mention my novelisation of The Cabin in the Woods, which is due for release imminently.  Check out that stunning cover!

I’m writing a script for a kids’ spooky animated movie, which should be a huge amount of fun.  Itching to get stuck into that one, for sure.  I’m also writing a solo script called The Silence (which might also be a novel), and just recently had a great idea for a new novel which I’d love to write this year called Endure.  My script Hell Came Down will be off to my agent very soon (weird, apocalyptic, and I like to think pretty original).  And there are more novels I want to write, including an exciting new fantasy novel called The Wolves.  But we’ll see which one surfaces first.

I’ll also be starting a new blog pretty soon, talking about my running and training (marathons this year, triathlons next year), getting fit in my 40s, and lots of associated stuff.  I hope you’ll try it out when it launches … check out here for details.

Meanwhile, I hope 2012 is lovely for you, full of love and fun, great food and drink, lots of sex, and a few nice surprises.  What more can we ask?

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One comment on “2012 (not the crappy movie)”

  1. Hunter Shea says:

    That’s all? Slacker! Seriously, happy new year. I love the cover for The Cabin in the Woods. Best of luck with everything. You are the real deal, my friend. And yes, you do look like Brian Keene’s long lost brother. 🙂

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