Good grief, I can't believe how long it's been since I last blogged! The fact is, I've been so busy lately that I've barely had time to catch my breath. Even my extensive newspaper reading (The Guardian) has been heavily curtailed, just giving myself enough time to catch up on the eurozone crisis, the atrocities of the pencil-necked Bashar al-Assad, and Baby.
But, for the moment at least, I have a little breathing space, and so I'm trying to catch up with everything that got a little sidelined recently.
The most exciting news is that the audio version of Schism will soon be available for discriminating shoppers everywhere. It's narrated by the shockingly talented Peter Bishop, and will be available for purchase in the next few weeks at Amazon, Audible.com and iTunes. It may not be 'Listen with Mother' material - a bit too, er...gritty, shall we say? - but quite honestly, that old poster is just as disturbing, if you ask me. It looks like some nightmarish mash-up of Children of the Damned and The Nanny.
I'm hoping to have an audio version of The End of the World available in the near future, too. More on that as things develop.
And I'll definitely get back to posting more often now - that's a threat not a promise, by the way.