I received and read a much anticipated bizarro book by William Pauley III today(!). It's one of the weirdest things I've ever read. The characters are so charismatic and visual. He has a crazy imagination and everyone knows how I feel about crazy imaginations.
Another cool thing is on the inside page he wrote down all the songs he listened to while he wrote it (a whopping three weeks for the first draft- so jealous). Sound track is awesome. There are some bands I've never heard of before-- oing a boing or something like that.
Also decided to temporarily halt all edits on Devil's Eye. I'm being possessed by a novella I'm daring to call bizarro, although if it actually ends up in any genre field I'll be surprised. Of course, it'll be horror themed.
I'm curious (that is, if anyone at all ever reads this) does anyone else ever write their protagonist as having opposite values as themselves? It's almost as if you are arguing against yourself, your inner moral code. This novella will be very much that way.
And those are my thoughts for today.