What day is this, anyway?

As of late my day-jobs (and night-jobs) have taken over much of my time, but through the power of losing sleep, I'm still writing. On the plus side, recently a dear friend of mine offered to help me maintain my Facebook and other various websites, including this one. This means that more content will be headed your way, but it also means that not all of it will come directly from me. I'm interested to see how this pans out. Feel free to post your comments on the subject.

Work on Moribund continues. I'm at a point that the characters are so developed that I don't have to put them into situations, because they get themselves into them. I simply have to guide them to a conclusion that fits the story, if at all possible. Who knows? Maybe this book will end up in a completely different place by the time it's finished. I think I would enjoy that immensely. Those who support my writing through Patreon can expect a completed second chapter to the book in the coming weeks. I hope you enjoy it.

Speaking of Patreon, I've been posting completed short stories there every now and again. If you've enjoyed the short stories in "A Glimpse into Madness" then you would likely also enjoy the stories I post there. Any amount of support helps, though there are tiers of support that will get you more than stories, if you enjoy that sort of thing.

For those of you who are unaware, I'm currently living in Portland, Oregon. I was born here. It seemed fitting. The other day I went to the smallest national park in the country, which is located near the waterfront in downtown Portland.
In a busy street.
In the middle of a crosswalk.
In a circle of stones the size of a medium flower pot.

No, really. It exists. Would you like to see?


Nice, isn't it?

Nice, isn't it?

I don't know why, but the visit to Mill Ends Park made me happy. I love random adventures.

On that subject, I'm turning 30 on Sunday, December 20th. I know, I know, get the old jokes out of the way now. 
Go on. I'll wait.


Got it out of your system? Good. Now, on to to presents! Just because it's my birthday, doesn't mean I'm the only one getting gifts. From now until the end of the year, all products on this website will be 30% off. All of them. Yes, even the original artwork. To get the discount, all you have to do is enter the coupon-code "Birthday30" when checking out. It's my gift to you all for taking the time to read my work. I still can't believe so many people enjoy my random stories and imagination, but just because I can't believe it doesn't mean I don't enjoy it. It makes me happy beyond belief.

Right, now that's out of the way. I'm sure I'm forgetting something, but I really must write some more before going to work this morning.

Until next time.

~Sean Walter