Wow! I think this might be the largest gap in recent history. It doesn’t help that February and March were extremely busy for me and my family. We’ve mainly been gearing up for Wizard World St. Louis, which took place last weekend. My wife sold some geeky, handmade items there, but the build-up to the event has been hectic. But now that that’s over, I’m hoping to have more time to get some more things written and posted for the world to see.
As I mentioned last time, I’ve been working on a super secret project behind the scenes. I was hoping that project would be done by now, but due to unforeseen circumstances, I was not able to get it completed just yet. I’m hoping to finish things up soon, though, and reveal it to the world in May sometime. I’ll let you know as soon as I have something.
Anyway, as for my writing, here’s what got published in the last few months:
My Strange States series continues with Kansas (Please note that I’m well aware the silo is a grain silo, rather than a missile silo. I have nothing to do with the images they choose for these Strange State entries.), Kentucky, and Louisiana.
20 Rare (And Really Expensive) LEGO Minifigs was a fun article to research and write.
I was able to check off one of my long-gestating article ideas with A Brief History of Mold-A-Rama, those waxy, plastic figurines you used to find at zoos, museums, and amusement parks. They’re still around, but becoming increasingly rare.
And, finally, a classic story of mine from 2009, and one of my most successful stories ever, was reprinted. Get Rich Quick: 6 People Who Accidentally Found a Fortune seems like a perennial favorite.
Top Hat Sasquatch
Thanks to our relationship with Titan Books, I posted a few more book reviews over at THS these last couple of months.
I also reviewed some fun British World War II comics collected in Battle Classics.
And just before the release of the new film, I gave a look-see at 300: Rise of an Empire – The Art of the Film.
I have a new episode of When You Hear This Sound in the works, and I’ve been sitting on a review of a new book for THS for about three weeks now. I need to get it finalized and posted; it’s just been a matter of finding the time.
Keep checking back for those and other projects!