So, I'm freshly back from Whitby and the wonderful people there. I had an amazing time at Dark Arts, and I would like to thank everyone whom I met during the event and after. Whitby was extraordinarily beautiful. Although I had no time to actually do any of the usual tourist activities, I did see the interior of many fine pubs. The beer in the UK is excellent, and unlike a lot of the beer served in the US. I also found many of the small differences in language and mannerisms fascinating. Anyone who has any questions on my experience there has my permission to ask me about it.
I managed to spend 2 weeks (roughly) in Whitby, and a day-trip to Scarborough to get some signed copies of "A Glimpse into Madness" to the wonderful people at The Wonder Emporio. I'm told the books are fitting in quite nicely with the various amazing oddities of the shop, and I highly recommend anyone who passes through Scarborough to visit. Be sure to pet the two-headed rabbit. It likes it.
This trip left me feeling creatively charged, and progress is being made on various projects at once. People who follow my Patreon page will soon have a recording of "The Night the Dolls Came" for their listening pleasure, gratis. It's nowhere near the quality of the eventual audiobook, but it's a start. I hope you enjoy it.
I have more to say, but it's getting late, and I've some recording to do. I'll post another blog tomorrow, likely full of my opinions on the current political situation in the United States.