At long last, something for readers to keep their beaks wet! A Book About a Film is the title of Schultz’s fourth novel and is planned to be released in mid-2015. Schultz claims that it took him almost six months and at least three false-starts in order to get the book officially “rolling”. No plot has been released, but he explained that it will involve a lost film and a secret society, and went on to say: “I don’t want to piss people off… but, sometimes controversy is necessary.”
As reported in April 2013, an unrelated children’s book and a potential series is in the works. Title and plot have not yet been revealed, but updates are expected in the next few months.
The Late Sorry is still at a standstill, with Schultz reporting last October that he obtained all footage for the film and is planning on taking up some editing responsibilities so it gets released. Most recently, he said he hopes to start looking at footage and experimenting with some things in the spring.
Short-stories are still being written periodically. Schultz says once he has “an amount the size of a novel” he will release them in a collection. The slow process is the result of the nature of short-story writing, which relies on numerous submissions to journals, magazines presses, etc. The Stairwell, released in April 2013, is available in Issue #08 – Men in Horror at Sirens Call Publications. Another one entitled Bluey is being actively submitted, and Schultz plans on writing two more before the spring.