This morning I dug out a closet full of winter linens to run them through the laundry before the weather turns cold, and discovered my Yamaha classical guitar in its case at the back of the closet.
I asked Daron what happened to his. He said he sold it when he left music school and moved to Boston. I played for about an hour this morning–I’d almost forgotten how. Whole bunches of riffs and songs I’d forgotten came rushing back.
It’s probably not a coincidence that yesterday on the bus I wrote six chapters, and then today I wrote a few more. So I’m almost ready to start some new posts.
First up, we’re going to have the background story folks asked for, where Remo and Martin will tell us a story from 1979 or so. I’ve got some art to share, too. And then new posts will get rolling.
To find out each time a new post appears, follow Daron on Twitter (@daron_moondog) or on Facebook (Daron-Moondog). If you use an RSS reader, the Feedburner feed should work (ping me if it doesn’t!), and I will post at my Livejournal as well.
In other news, all thee volumes of the DGC ebooks are doing great. Volume One is still free on Smashwords and the Amazon Kindle Store (and I think at the B&N Nookstore, as well), meaning about a thousand people a month are downloading it. It is currently at #7 on the Gay & Lesbian Kindle Bestseller List at Amazon. Meanwhile, Volume 2 and Volume Three
are selling steadily at the Kindle store as well, and Volume 2 has been consistently in the Top 25 “Coming Out” Bestseller list at Amazon! Volume 4 won’t be out for a while yet since it’ll encompass the plot arc that will start posting here soon.
Thank you so much for reading about Daron. (And Ziggy.)