Seven Deathly Soles
It seems my life is full of projects, one following another, sometimes overlapping in waves of tasks and to-do lists that sometimes seem overwhelming. Its never-ending, writing projects, work projects, personal projects, on and on. I’m not complaining though. There is a messed-up part of me, deep down inside that enjoys all the hectic tension and stress of living under a deadline of some sort.
My favorite projects are always the writing projects. While writing I get to live in the minds and worlds of some character I’ve created. If I’m lucky, that character is massively flawed, torn, and lost. If I’m very lucky, that character gets to find their way back from the Hell I’ve put them in. At times, it works out for them or not, but it’s always pure enjoyment for me.
Lately, I’ve had some special projects, ones that I am honored to be a part of. I’ve had the chance to be set aside some very awesome and talented authors. Both Seven Deadly Sins and now, Seven Deathly Soles have some incredible stories by some remarkable writers.
On to the next project, Machina will be a blast to write.
Make sure you follow these other wonderful Seven Deathly Soles authors as well, Lori Gordon, Christi Craig, Mark Souza, E. Victoria Flynn, Dawn Kirby, and Michelle Anderson-Picarella. You can find them on Facebook and Twitter.
Purchase Seven Deadly Sins II here.
In between life’s responsibilities, I’ve been hitting the keys as much as I can. Mind you, its never as much as I would like but a writer does what can be done in the time one has.
One of my recent works is Left, a seriously twisted science fiction short about a woman who is left behind on a scouting mission, captured by an strange alien force, and it gets worse from there. She returns to exact her revenge on those she feels are guilty. Wrath, a deadly sin. She pushes the envelope beyond simple revenge. Warning, this is not a story for the weak of heart.
Left has been published by 7DS Books in an anthology and I’m proud to say that I was invited to join six other fantastic and amazing authors. Today happens to be the Siniversary, which you can check out and join in on the fun on Facebook and pick up the Kindle version for free. Or just click the image to the right.
Read it, let me know what you think. I hope you enjoy it.
Make sure you follow these wonderful Seven Deadly Sins authors as well, Michelle Anderson-Picarella, A.T.Russell, Michelle Horst, Tymothy Longoria, Dawn Kirby, and Vicki Adair. You can find them on Facebook and Twitter.
A Sunday Evening Post
It’s been awhile since I’ve been here. I’ve been letting my life run things for a bit, taking me in all sorts of directions but its time to change that. My need to write is always there, poking me as I try to sleep every night. I keep ignoring it for other things or I’m writing but just not on my blogs.
With this change, I’ve decided to stir things up a bit. First, I’m returning my God of Nothing blog back to its original format, an opinion blog, where I can sound off on anything I feel like sounding off on. So anything goes, Life, the Universe, and Everything (Thank you Douglas Adams, I miss you!) Hopefully, you will find it entertaining and thought-provoking.
I will keep some of the blog posts on God of Nothing that pertain to writing, my favorite poem from April R. Denton and the guest posts from Julianne Snow, one of my favorite writers. There will be some posts removed, mostly any of my fiction as that may eventually be moved to my Wolf Scott Blog.
Secondly, my Wolf Scott blog will continue to be more personal and geared more towards my writing as an author. It will include snippets and news of my current projects, some guest posts from other writers and authors, and perhaps some reviews.
Look for more frequent posts as I get back into the swing of things. And as always, thank you for reading and please feel free to say a little something about each post you read.
Photo by Wolf Scott, Sapporo, Perfection Sound, CA