Already, September is upon us, and just around the edge of the calendar looms October. The season of the witch, the time of the pumpkin draws near.
To anyone inclined to paint their face, or don a non-medical mask and wander the streets in their favourite guise, this is good news, and the world waits with bated breath hoping that Halloween can go down without complications.
In a year like this, that seems like a high hope indeed.
Everyone stuck at home, and not a thing to do. It’s a strange curse for a writer…to have his time at home exponentially increased, but his office cluttered with work-from-home set ups—a sanctuary sullied by hours on other tasks.
It’s been a time of adjustment, and of growth.
But such are the times, and only a fool would deny them.
As for us here at Brad OH Inc., we’ve busied ourselves as best can be, and continue to work on some exciting projects. A new anthology is on it’s way from the Edmonton Writer’s Group, with details coming soon. I’m also continuing work on two major novels, and the season finale of ‘The Gentleman Juggalo’ will be recording soon.
While business may not be ‘as usual’, it continues as we all must.
I hope my readers are well—please feel free to connect in the comments section below and let us know how you’ve been weathering this endless storm.
-Brad OH Inc.