A year of intense work is coming to an end for me. This autumn, between flying to New York every other week for GBTV, rewriting my new novel for adults, and completing my new novel for young adults, as well as writing my PJMedia column and making a new animated Manhattan Institute Presents video (with speaking engagements and PJTV chats with Bill Whittle thrown in), I was so busy, it reminded me of the hungry days of my youth. It’s a good thing I’ve remained thirty years old for the last twenty-odd years, or I would’ve been too tired to pull it off.
I’m grateful for all of it, and for the audience support that makes it possible—and incredibly excited about the projects of the new year, at least two of which will be different than anything I’ve ever tried. Cool.
So I careen into Christmas in an insufferably good mood. I sincerely hope you are all equally insufferable. I also wish you a merry, merry Christmas and hope to see you again at the start of an insanely happy, busy, healthy, productive and victorious New Year.
For those of you who can’t get through the holidays without me—you know who you are—I’ll continue to post movie, book and video game reviews and the like over at my Klavan on the Culture blog. And, of course, I’m always available in book form.