Well, after many (too many) delays, Harold & the Dreadful Dreams is inching ever closer to self-publication through a small Winston-Salem Press (Empower Publishing). I was able to include all the interior art that I originally wanted, as that was something always important to me and the way I envisioned the book, sort of like an old 1980’s Choose Your Own Adventure.
I’m not expecting any kind of miracle from this publication, but one can always hope. At the very least perhaps it can push the door open to publish more books, especially my story-poem series that is still more or less collecting dust on virtual hard drives.
I have tentative plans for some Harold sequels too, but that largely depends on how this one does.