Reaching for the SkyStorm

This weekend John Wilson and I will be traveling to Elizabethtown, Kentucky to spend the day (and night) with the creative team behind SkyStorm Studios.  The studio has been going through a renaissance and a bit of a creative explosion lately.  I can’t say a lot more other than they have invited us into their lives to look at their projects and help shape their plans and we’re honored.

I have to admit that I’m tremendously excited to sink my teeth into sharing options on projects and being part of the evolution of a ton of great books.  It is clear to me that there are projects here that show tremendous promise.  Seeing them realized for friends seems like a really good way to dedicate my time.  I’m sure I’ll have much more to say on down the road, but this weekend takes me to a city I haven’t visited in years and I’m looking forward to the trip.

Before I go though, I’m spending a rare Friday night in town (departing in the morning).  Tonight, I’m planning to visit a local restaurant called Marikka’s for what just may be my favorite spot for German food.  It’s been far too many years since I visited this former haunt and a nice plate of rouladen with green beans and spaetzle awaits.   I tell you, I would go there just for the spaetzle.  They have these wonderfully thick German noodles that I crave every so often.  Usually I don’t make it over.  Tonight, I will dine!

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One Response to “Reaching for the SkyStorm”

  1. Bill Nichols says:

    Looking forward to seeing you again, Chuck. It’s been awhile!