ost something. I mean really. You'd think. Allow me to proffer a sincere—yet anemic, methinks—apology. I'm sorry for being so "distant." I've been absent. You've sensed something has come between us. You haven't been able to put your proverbial finger on it, but it's there. You just know it. Perhaps it's another woman. (Heaven forbid. Like that's ever gonna be a problem.) Yet, your mind reels with possibilities. Maybe it's... another... man? Oh hell no! How could that be?
Was I being USED all this time? Just to justify Seanny's wandering lifestyle?
I have no doubt that the astute CWS has resigned himself (herself?) to the fact that Seanny is all-too-frequently simply not here. He's elsewhere. (Sigh.)
Things are as they are. In case you haven't figgered it out yet, Yours Truly is a multi-dimensional, irons-in-the-fire kind of guy. Seanny is, as it were, constantly being pulled in many directions: not simply creatively-speaking, but familially-speaking, metaphorically-speaking, economically-speaking, generically-speaking, etherial-speaking, pectorial-speaking, crayonically-speaking. And others. Speaking.
What I'm trying to say here is this: I've been busy. I'm not dead. No, I haven't been dead (that I recall); I've simply had other things on my proverbial plate. Actually I've had things on my literal plate. (And thus, I've gained a bit of weight.)
OH, and guess what?! I've had things on my literary plate too! Translated, that means I'VE BEEN BUSY WRITING! Yeah, that's it! Truly, I HAVE been writing. Here's the scoop: I've decided to move a bit to the right, as far as gay, erotic, sensual, porn writing goes. What that means is, I've been busy working on establishing a more "mainstream" persona as a "mainstream" gay ROMANCE writer. (Am I emphasizing "mainstream" too much?)
Sean Reid Scott has a semi-well-established reputation as a gay muscle writer. That's been good. That is good. And I don't intend to abandon that (rather narrow) genre. But over the summer (and before, actually), I was busy writing a novel that is aimed more toward the mainstream, regular, "gay romance" audience. To be honest, it was a brutal effort. Totally almost impossible to distance myself from my love of muscle. When you buy my new novel on Amazon.com, you'll see that immediately. Yet, I hope said novel will "cross over" and appeal to the "normal" GAY ROMANCE audience. (That's where the money is, no?) Yeah. Money tends to congregate in the mainstream.
SO, this post is intended to keep my always-loyal, been-with-Seanny-from-the-start, CWSs in the know. I'm still alive and-a-kickin'. Soon, I'll announce the aforementioned novel. Oh, and BTW, it'll be under a new pseudonym. That's just how I'm rolling now-a-days. I need to establish a more mainstream persona—one that will be ultra-successful in proffering many, many, many gay romance books.
Your (future) support will be greatly appreciated. We'll be in touch!