The Perils of Multitasking and Time Delays

So, I have to pony up a faux pas I made in my last post. Remember when I said that R.C. was the only one who picked up on the fact that I had a character sitting in a frozen cave buck naked during a thirty minute conversation? Yeah, well that wasn’t entirely accurate. My … Read more…

Of Oliver Twist and Porridge

So, this morning’s blog feels just a tad bit weird. Many of my peers have gone down the path I’m about to pursue. I know this, because when I tried to invite them to the platform I’m about to join, I got messages that they were already there. And not only am I going down … Read more…

What I Wrote This Year – A Dose of Reality

I was talking with Cat Rambo, President of SFWA, the other day. She’d posted a recommendation that authors do a “List of Award Eligibility” post on our websites. Sounded like a great idea. Now that I’m sitting here, staring at my computer, I realize that I only had one thing actually published this year. One … Read more…

“Blood Curse” By Quincy J. Allen Available for Pre-Order

The highly anticipated sequel “Blood Curse,” Book 2 of the Blood War Chronicles by Quincy J. Allen, is now available for pre-order! Ancient Foes – Airship Battles – A Hidden City A ruddy sun has set on the gauntlet that nearly killed Jake and his companions in San Francisco. Storm clouds loom on the horizon, … Read more…

Second in Sales – Advice for Writers

TIPS FOR UP-AND-COMING WRITERS: I found out today that I was second in sales for the month of November over at 7DS Books. They’re the ones who carry my short story collection Out Through the Attic. I’m not mentioning this to brag… well, I am… at least a little, but it’s not the most important … Read more…

A Halloween Short Story Treat…

Seeing as I’m stuck at home this Halloween, I wanted to do my part for the spirit of the spooky holiday. The story is called “The Resurrection of Samhain,” which originally appeared in The Scribing Ibis: An Anthology of Pagan Fiction in Honor of Thoth from Bibliotheca Alexandrina in August, 2011 and again in in Out … Read more…

Pimping Your Craft: Advice for New Writers

One of my publishers, namely Twisted Core Press, is particularly active on social media. They also have a growing list of writers who are, for the most part, in the early stages of their writing careers. As such, Twisted is very interested in helping their stable get better at their craft, and they understand there … Read more…

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