After all, think for a moment ...
The Cubs won.
Brian Niemeier won.
I got nominated for a Dragon Award.
I hung out with Jagi and John C. Wright.
Who could have guessed that any of the above would have happened?
Okay, Brian Niemeier was apparently a forgone conclusion, but other than that ...
Okay, I guessed that Hillary would lose, not that Trump would win, but that's nitpicking.
And the body count this year ... yikes. Wikipedia has it here. It looks like a massacre.
And yes, I've been busy as heck.
I've actually come out with six books last year.
Count with me.
Pius History .... which has now been unpublished, and we'll get there.
For All Their Wars Are Merry -- In August
Sad Puppies Bite Back -- In September
And the following were all in November.
Set to Kill
Murphy's Law of Vampires
And that's not even counting my rerelease of Honor at Stake last June, remember that?
So, yeah, I've been sort of busy.
Oh, and while I think about it, that's not even all of it. because there's still Silver Empire to deal with.
Don't tell me you've forgotten that one, do you? The deal with Silver Empire is to take everything Pius -- the history volume, the short story collection, the novels -- and rerelease it with ambitious ideas for expansion -- expanding the brand, and for expanding the reach of the books in and of themselves.
Ugh ... so ... yeah ... I've been busy.
By the way, this isn't even counting several other projects I've been working on that I haven't told anyone about. Why haven't I told anyone about them? Well, these are books I'm submitting to a publisher, and the backstory behind the submission I'm not even sure I should be discussing it in public, because it was a private conversation. So, that's about 200,000 words I've been fighting with over the past four months, in an effort to get things in shape for any possible situations that might come up.
What the bleep am I talking about? You'll have to wait a bit to find out.
And, again, as I said -- THIS IS JUST 2016.
Just wait until I discuss what I'm doing tomorrow in the rest of 2017.