[UPDATE] Flexible Release Dates for the Remainder of 2020

The most recent schedule showed the reissues of Pray and Squirming Disease releasing September (they did – buy them here), Dead as Soon as Born following in October, Kill for Them in November, and Horrific Holidays in December. Originally, I wanted there to be a brief space between each; however, it has become pretty clear to me that is not necessary. My sales don’t change, so why worry about a schedule? I will simply make these reissues available as soon as their proof prints have been approved. You should know that as of right now – September 16th – both Dead as Soon as Born and Kill for Them are both done, but are simply awaiting money to come through so that I can order prints for me to say “yes” or “no” to. Horrific Holidays is mostly finished also, but awaiting some changes to two of the stories included (“Nummy Fingers” and “Awful Gifts” are getting altered endings).

In other words, if I had money to actually place an order next week (for example), then Dead as Soon as Born and Kill for Them could both possibly be available in October. Horrific Holidays could even come in November. At this point, it’s really just about my financial situation (which is shit right now). So, fuck schedules. These reissues will be ready when they’re ready – I just need money to place the orders!

On a different note, I have a novel I’m editing for a publisher re-submission I will be working on after I finish Horrific Holidays. Once I’ve done that (or, perhaps, in the midst of doing that), I will also edit my Charters screenplay in preparation for its 2021 release. At the moment, Charters is my last release planned as coming out independently – I will be submitting everything else to publishers for probably the next year at least, in hopes of getting some help in my “career” moving forward.

If you read and/or purchase anything of mine, it is greatly appreciated!

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  1. “Editing for a publisher resubmission”? Do you mean you got a revise-and-resubmit request? If so, that rocks.

    A bad financial situation sucks. I hope things get better.

    I picked up Squirming Disease because . . . ew.:-)

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