Okay. Back to the blog.
Blog, blog, bloggity blog-blog.
I now live in St. Charles, IL. I’ve lived here for a week, and my wife and I are settling in. The predominant reason for the relocation is Kel’s work, but there are many fringe benefits for me living just outside of Chicago.
1) I have family and friends here.
2) Major markets are close together in the Midwest, which means I can do more events to support my upcoming novel release, Ghost Notes, and solo project, Songs from Memory.
3) Anyone who knows me longer than fifteen minutes knows of my passion for one sports team. This passion extends to no other sport, and to no other team within the sport. Can you guess the team?
I have fourteen boxes filled with Ghost Notes in my closet, and 1,000 Songs from Memory CDs arriving on Christmas Eve. You should all be considering taking one into your homes in 2008. It’s a big commitment, I know, but these little fellas come from a good home, are toilet trained, and can be enjoyed for years.
Again, the official release date for both projects is March 4, but you can get them at my web site starting February 4. That's only a month and a half away!
I have a handful of events booked or virtually booked for 2008, but the centerpieces have yet to congeal, so I’m holding off on any event announcements until January. What kinds of events, you ask? Any and all of the following:
Solo Acoustic Shows
Full Band Concerts
Honest-to-Goodness Rock Tours
I’m busily booking and rehearsing for all of the above. Don't be surprised if your city is on my schedule in 2008.
Barring any riveting announcements, I will refrain from blogging in December as I do the holidays, finish moving in, continue booking events, and update my web presence. You guys will all be shopping, or doing family stuff, or getting pasted on New Year’s Eve, and you won’t have much time for little ol’ me anyway. So, barring something mega-cool that I just can’t wait to tell you, you won’t hear from me again until January, when the big train of Laying Down the Law will get rolling again. You can bet 2008 will bring you what you’re accustomed to: at least a blog a week from yours truly. (I take great pride in the fact that this blog makes 52 for 2007...I’m weird like that.)
For those of you who can’t wait for something new, all I have to offer is the cover design and advance praise for Ghost Notes.
Scroll down for the praise. That’s right, Laurie Notaro.
So until January, everyone have a very happy and safe holiday and New Year’s Eve, and get ready for Betty!
For those about to Proust, we salute you.