As foreshadowed in 2007, The Lighthouse Press, Inc. has made changes. They moved from Florida and until such time as everything is settled, Lighthouse published titles will be hard to find.
Gray Stopgap movie news: Again, nothing much to report. There was one overseas agency, Euro1 I think it was called, that had for some time held on to the Stopgap title. However, they have closed their doors and the film company with which they were closely associated appears to now handle only adult films. So I’ve scratched them off the list.
One of the other Lighthouse titles, The Wayfarers (by Stuart Tower) is still making progress toward a movie and I’ll discuss that in more detail during the forthcoming months.
I’ve been working on a few writing projects and yes, I am STILL chipping away at the Stopgap sequel.
If you’ve paid any attention to the website then you’ll notice that with this blog entry, there’s also been a few adjustments made.
Oh, and amazingly enough I just learned that the North Texas Daily—the college newspaper of my alma mater—ran an incredible review of The Gray Stopgap some years ago. It is one awesome review: An abstract and link are in the news feed of this website (above). Check out the comparisons to Ian Fleming’s James Bond and Bret Easton Ellis’, American Psycho.
More news later.