Thursday, December 29, 2011

New Year's Resolution ...?

The holidays are once again behind us, the time with family and friends eating and drinking until we pass out is over until next year, well, for some of us anyway.
           I’ve never been one for making New Year’s resolutions, because, like many others who are gun-ho in the beginning, life just gets so darn busy and I inevitably end up guilty for not keeping them.  I do however have goals—I set these aside for myself all through the year.
           This year’s goals are already planned, and they’ve been planned since October, barring any unforeseen events—which always happen—I stick to these goals solidly, even with the unexpected. For those of my friends following my writing, this year you can expect some real exciting stuff!  First off will be my erotic Steampunk novella Mile Below Peep Show the companion to my short story Mile High Airship Club. If you’ve ever dreamed of deliciously drenching undersea adventure then this will be the novella for you—and I can honestly say it is beyond your wildest imaginings! If you’re taking a vacation next year, be sure to take it while reading MBPS! 
           Next will be the epic novel I’ve been dying to get to you all—I can’t divulge the title yet—as I’m not sure when it will be published, but it’s a young adult dark fantasy with a very unique twist on the world of the faerie. It’s not for the faint of heart, and yes, there is romance, but not much—this is a purely heart-racing on the edge of your seat adventure! Need a place to escape and love bigger-than-life world building—this will be the book for you to take note of!  The pages are filled with monsters and creatures never before written about and chock-full of new and old mythology.
          Another little gem will be my short-story Chimera: A Dark Fairytale of Love, it’s available here on my blog for you to read for free, but I will also be adding it to Amazon. com as a free read.
            If food is your thing, two of my recipes will be in the Have A Heart for Horror Cookbook, a benefit cookbook brought to you by Crimson Stained Lace Productions.
            And for those of my friends who are GBLT , I’ve been working on an anthology of gay erotic horror stories, and again, this anthology will be much different from the usual fare of reads, and it covers a wide variety of monstrously entertaining treats!
           So, I better get writing, huh …
            What are your new year’s goals? I would love to hear what you have planned this year—whether it be this year’s Halloween costume, events attending, or even changing jobs—let’s work together to keep our goals positive and on track!

Thank You Everyone!--for your comments and participating ;) The contest is now over, but feel free to leave any comments you would like ... Cheers!
Wishing Everyone Years of Endless Wonders!

Nishi Serrano!/NishiSerrano


David Donaghe said...

My New Years Resolution is to make 2012 a better year.

Mightybri's blogs said...

My big thing is to be writing again. After a bit of a dry spell I hope to be churning out pages for a new book. So my resolution . . . write the damn thing and 85% of draft complete by the apocalypse in December.

Anonymous said...

My new years resolution is to spend more time to sewing and fix together accecories I build fr myself :D
/Johanna Corvidae

Anonymous said...

My New Year's Resolutions are to read more (same as every year) to get out in the garden and bring it under some sort of control (it's a jungle out there) and to take a dowsing pendulum with me wherever I go.

Romance Girl said...

No specific resolutions because I never keep them. Gave that up a long time ago. I do, however hope to get caught up with my reviews.

k reads said...

My resolution is to live outside of my comfort zone.
My comfort zone is really... comfortable but I get less done with my life.

Nishi Serrano said...

David--Ditto on the resolution!

Brian--Ah, if only time were infinite-think of all the writing we'd get done! Keep writing!

Sokymon--bought my nephew a nice pair of copper dowsing rods last year. I have some friends who use them to help repair natural springs--very cool!

Anonymous--I miss making costumes and such, used to do it all year long, now, not so much--keep sewing!

Romance Girl--I need to stop by your review site and see what's cookin' in the genre, I need to read more too!

K Reads--Ha, ha, yes it would be hard to leave the comfort zone, especially if it's your home--I know how that goes! Cheers!

Anonymous said...

My New Year resolutions..quit trying to hold on to old friends, that I discovered were just users!
Keep writing about what I feel passionate about which is "Living in the Garden of Life..with all the quirks!" Stay POSITIVE ALL the time, just to piss everybody off.. (never let the enemy see you sweat and never let them hear you fart...)bring it on 2012..