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Hi friends and stalkers! Those of you who have been paying attention know this digital
Frankie saw me the moment I waked through the door and tensed as if to bolt. I could almost read his thoughts in his dark little eyes. He wasn’t surprised to see me – not happy either, but the people I call on usually aren’t. He’d probably been warned in advance to expect me. If so, I knew who to thank for that.
Hello, friends and stalkers! I don’t do many events. It’s been about two years since
Beth paused at the corner and grabbed Terry’s shoulder to keep him from stepping into the street and getting creamed by a panel truck that sped up to beat the light at the intersection. Terry didn’t even look up from his phone.
“Look where you’re going, dumbass.”
“We gotta hurry,” Terry said, oblivious to the close call. “There’s a Gozuu in there!”
He pointed across the street at the Walmart.
“Bullshit,” Beth said. “All the Puchikai at Wallyworld suck.”
Much of my research into digital book promotion suggested that freebies are a great way
Alex squirmed in the front passenger seat, strained to see over the dashboard. It was dark out, snowing, and the headlights shining through the falling snow made him feel like he was in a space ship flying past stars. The drive from grandma’s house was long and boring, but fling through space was fun.
“Sit still!” Papa was in a bad mood, a don’t mess with me boy mood, so Alex settled back and tried to sit still.
Here’s a blast from the past, written when I was a part of author David
Last year at this time I was waiting for my few remaining in print books
Hello friends and stalkers! No, I am not sending out an international radio distress signal,
The first quarter of Tulpa’s first year in business is over. I am not raking
“Polls aren’t sexy.” I heard those words today on one of my favorite podcasts, and
Just a quick entry here to pimp an interview and a new short story, both
Hi friends! My first three Tulpa Books titles are almost ready, and I’m sure you
I’d like to begin by thanking a few people who convinced me that my work
Some of you know I’m launching my own publishing imprint to bring back my out
I rediscovered my twitter account a few months ago and tweeted for the first time
I first met Mark on some message board or other a few years back, and
A while back JournalStone Publishing gave away 10 copies of The Phoenix Girls, Book 1: The Conjuring
Congratulations, you survived 2012! 2012 was a challenging year for most of us. Economic recession,
My good friend and fellow writer T.G. Arsenault (Tim-ay!) tagged me in his The Next
I generally don’t like to talk about politics or religion – “Damnit, Jim, I’m a
“The only thing more embarrassing than catching a guy on the plane looking at pornography
This is a very old blog post I’m recycling, and which is kind of apt