Yes, I know, I know —
Seriously, I was sitting here in the shed and the hawk — who I assume is a lady, as she is ginormous, and the ladyhawks are bigger than the brohawks — flew right in front of my window, then landed in a tree across our driveway. I make a habit every day of bringing my camera out just to have it, and so I quick started snapping some shots…
When the tail lifts, and the bird exorcises a ribbon of ghost poo.
As captured in that photo, above.
The photo does not capture the sheer distance achieved, however.
Anyway, this is the news you crave, I know.
LET’S SEE, WHAT ELSE IS UP.
Well, a little movie based on some authorial shitposting is now available on Shudder, as well as on Amazon and iTunes — that’s right! You Might Be The Killer is now watchable at home. (I know this isn’t necessarily internationally true; I don’t control that.) You can buy it. You can rent it.
So that happened.
Also, I know that I didn’t do a Macro Monday post — hey, it’s the holidays, we’re all kind of flying a little loosey-goosey here. Expect one Monday. OR DON’T. You never know with me.
Finally, the sixth and final (gasp) Miriam Black book is out — Vultures. It wraps up the series, tackling the one outstanding mystery: who, or what, is The Trespasser? You can pre-order it in print or eBook. That’ll be out on January 22nd, with an audio edition coming, too. There’s also a new Miriam-universe novella, following the character of Wren with a story that takes place between The Raptor & The Wren and Vultures, and has a bunch of cool psychic slasher-killer stuff going on. That’s gonna be in the three-novella collection Death & Honey, alongside fellow penmonkey cohorts Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne. You can preorder a limited edition signed/numbered hardcover, or nab in eBook. That comes out February 28th, with a cover by Galen Dara.
AND I’M OUT.