I'm writing as fast as I can, Isaac. Mud Bay http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Mud-Bay/jd-chandler/e/2940012306227/?itm=1&USRI=jd+chandler is available at Barnes & Noble. So is my collection of Richard Esher short stories Crime Family http://search.barnesandnoble.com/crime-family/jd-chandler/e/2940012422491/?itm=2&USRI=jd+chandler. I'm still working my way through the www.smashwords.com system and soon Mud Bay and Crime Family will be available in a Smashwords Edition, which means amazon.com and the world.
I have a couple of new science ficition stories up at www.goodreads.com/jdchandler : Moebius Script and A Penny For the Old Guy. Anybody that has known me for a while might recognize them. These are freshly rewritten and I think better than ever. Let me know what you think.
I have been having a lot of fun rewriting my science fiction and soon I will have a new version of Nice Day if it Don't Rain. I ahve been working on this for years, but now I have been inspired and the short story may lead to further adventures of Billy Robinson.
I also have two novels in the works: Squareface www.squarefacetony.blogspot.com and Better Things. I have been working on Squareface for years and now just need someone to read and help me decide how to edit it. Better Things is coming along, better not to speak of it at the moment.
I knew that there were good writers out there looking for their audience and I'm starting to find them. I have three very promising writers with pieces for the book conspiracy anthology http://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/537656-book-conspiracy-anthologies. I'm getting a little overwhelmed with reading at the moment, but that doesn't mean I don't want more submissions. Please check the link above and submit something!
I am becoming very interested in short stories about the end of the world or what I like to call Apocalyptic Tales. I have been reading some good stuff along these lines. If you're interested you might want to check out Warm Beer, Cherry Poptarrts and a Bloody Shotgun by Larkin Williamson it's over at http://www.short-fiction.co.uk/newstories/show_story.php?story_id=7849 another interesting read along these lines is http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/53436 17 Stories About the End of the World by Luc Ried. Luc is the master of the ultra short story and he has some amazing visions of the Apocalypse.