I've been working with Ben Granger on the audiobook version of Cult of the Great Eleven, and this weekend he's completed the initial audio recordings. I'm reviewing the files and providing him feedback on portions that might require re-recording, but overall I have to say he's done a superb job and I think everyone will enjoy the final product.
The only thing I'm not sure about is the inclusion of those chapters which are mostly data instead of narratives - for example, the addresses of G11 residents in the 1930s. While useful for reference in a book, I'm concerned it will make for very dry listening in an audiobook. On the other hand, it appears that no one wants an abridged book, so taking that content out could be a bad call. For now I plan on leaving it in.
The Apocalypse Script is also being recorded, but the audio isn't due until the end of June.
I've got a podcast interview coming up, tentatively schedule for June 25th or 26th. More to follow on that.
Also, about a week ago, I published "The Mysterious Miss Empress: Hollywood's Forgotten Film Vampire," which is now linked in my header. Anyone interested in the vaudeville to silent film transition that took place between 1910 and 1920 might find it of interest, though it's focused primarily on the curious life and mysterious disappearance of one of the actresses who made that transition herself.
So yep, staying busy!