Monthly Archives: July 2014

L.A. Times: How To Be a Writer game

Found this little game at L.A. Times. Roll the die and see where the writing life takes you. I scored 17 so I’ve been advised to keep my day job (bummers!). Advertisements

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An unexpected journey

Lately, I’ve been getting a weekly e-mail from Authorgraph, reporting my book’s sales ranking. Right now, it’s in the vicinity of 6 digits followed by a little red arrow pointing down. Gee, thank you for the reminder. Yes, it is … Continue reading

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The Daily Post – Object Lesson

The Daily Post – Sherlock Holmes had his pipe. Dorothy had her red shoes. Batman had his Batmobile. If we asked your friends what object they most immediately associate with you, what would they answer? It would probably be my … Continue reading

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The Night of the Moon Serpent is available on paperback!

I’m so excited to announce that not only the paperback version of The Night of the Moon Serpent is already available on Amazon, but also that I’ll be doing a virtual book tour and giveaway in August. More details coming … Continue reading

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Authors vs. reviewers

This week I seemed to have read more posts about book reviewing than usual. Unfortunately, they were about customer reviewers and indie authors behaving badly toward each other. I know it is only a few rotten apples on both camps … Continue reading

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