Hello. It's me, your humble Warning Signs narrator.
Today in the U.S.A., it's Thanksgiving. A day when families and friends get together to eat food and share time with each other. It's a time for bonding over traditions.
I'd like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who has made Warning Signs a part of your lives. I'm always surprised and excited when I see how many of you have stopped by my dark little corner of the internet.
November has been a bit slower than October. I've been focusing more on writing my own fiction this month. (Will I share some of it? Perhaps.) There have been a few cool things come down the pipes.
Today, for example, I finally got my copy of "11/22/63," the newest Stephen King book. Once I finish it, I will begin the Constant Reading Project, in which I shall read every King book, in order, in a year.
While we're talking King, you may have noticed how excited about A&E's "Bag of Bones" adaptation I am. The folks who put together Dark Score Stories were kind enough to send me one of the books they made from the photos and essays on the site. Head to Lilja's Library and maybe you can win your own copy. The miniseries airs Dec. 11-12.
Since we went live on June 6, more than Warning Signs has been viewed more than 15,000 times. That's about 3,000 views a month. Wow. I thought I'd be lucky enough to get 300 a month.
My hat is off to you, Warning Signs reader. Thank You.