Air Time on Dungeon Crawlers Radio

Part of this business really is “who you know.” I can attribute many of my opportunties and successes to having met “the next new person in my working life” at a panel or booth or signing. In this case, my buddy “Diamond” DJ Butler had introduced me to a gentleman by the name of Daniel … Read more…

Paranormal – A New Mini Short Story Collection

In my copious amounts of spare time, I managed to take three of my favorite paranormal short stories and put them in one place. This new collection contains “Salting Dogwood,” “Tasty Morsels,” and “The St. Elmo Dämonjünger.” The first two have been published twice each, but the last is an unpublished story featuring a character … Read more…

Tokyo Yakuza on the Rise – A Freelance Success

I’m doing everything I can these days to become a fulltime freelancer. With bills being what they are and my old “perfect day gig” having mostly dried up, I need a new revenue stream. Working with Kathryn S. Renta of LatchKeyArtist.com, we’ve been doing banner work for TOR and Kevin J. Anderson, as well as … Read more…

The Best of Penny Dread Tales Available Now

It is my privilege to announce a brand new title from WordFire Press! Edited by Kevin J. Anderson and Quincy J. Allen, The Best of Penny Dread Tales is WordFire Press’ latest addition to genre greatness. In this case, steampunk genre greatness. Four years of Penny Dread Tales have revealed some fantastic talent. In this edition … 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…

My First Real Book Signing…

I’ve always been embarrassed by even the thought of “celebrating” my own writing. A couple of years ago I was in a writing group where a guy busted my chops because he’d found out from someone else that I’d been a finalist in the Colorado Gold contest… eight months after we’d met. I’d just never really … Read more…

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