It was my intention to keep this blog strictly fiction, every inch of content nothing but stories. But the more I look into this world of blogs the more it seems like kind of a silly and unrealistic goal. I think it’s alright if this one is mostly stories.
First, I want to thank everybody that’s been stopping by to read the Jim series. Getting around 40 visitors every day, which is infinitely more than zero and plenty to keep me going. Considering the saturation of the blog-sphere and the fiction markets it’s amazing that anybody is finding this place at all. And a few of you are actually bothering to read this. And I think that’s kinda neat.
Second, there’s a possible short film in the making that’s based on the 1 Truth Road story. The project is in the preliminary stages, and it’s a coin flip as to whether it gets made, but when they sent me this poster I just had to share it with you guys:
Obviously, the working title of the film is Limbo. I like it because it’s direct, and people can grab it and know what they’re getting into. (Well, aside from the transgender devil and the chicken wing orgasms.) I don’t like it because it seems very Catholic. What do you guys think?
Last, there will definitely be an illustrated Jim novella when all is said and done. I started blogging Jim because I wanted to throw shit at the wall and see what stuck, and I’m pretty close to having the central story and character built. It will be months before it happens, but it will happen.
So, with some luck this dead guy from Tennessee will get himself a movie and a book in the coming months. Which ain’t so bad. At any rate, The Devil’s Peace Parts 2 and 3 will get posted soon.
Thanks for reading.
5 thoughts on “Intermission [Not a Story]”
I’m very excited for a book.
In a very personal way, you’re expressing your own philosophy and perspective on religion, and I very much enjoy it. Much love. 🙂
Your comment is a shot of adrenalin. Maybe all this confusion is worthwhile. Cheers.
These are great! I thought I was the only one who thought heaven was whatever you wanted it to be. if you have the time, perhaps a heaven from a woman’s point of view? But then again, what do men know about what women really want? =)