I wrote a post recently detailing some of the writing projects I have going. Since then, I'm happy to say, progress has been made.
I turned in two issues of comic book script for Lion Forge Comics. These are short issues, so two of them is about the equivalent of a single regular-length issue. Lion Forge is a relatively new player in the business, but they're doing some innovative stuff, and I'm proud to be associated with them. The story I did ties in to a very popular TV show, but I'm not yet at liberty to say which one.
I also finished the outline for my Deadlands novel, which will--assuming the title is approved--be called Deadlands: Thunder Moon Rising. The book will be big and complex, maybe one of the most challenging novels I've written. Regular readers will know I like to write about lots of characters and the ways they interact, and this is not only no exception to that, but more of an expansion. It is, in many ways, a traditional western, with a lot of the elements you expect to see in one. But it also includes a hefty helping of horror and a soupcon of steampunk, for flavor. It'll have rich and varied characters, dark and twisty situations, and more than a few surprises. I think my regular readers will dig it--especially those who love my weird westerns like Desperadoes and Graveslinger, and short stories like "Black Train" and "Contention City, 1952." This is the first time I've been able to do weird western at novel length, and I can't wait to dig into it. It's gonna be a blast.