Thanksgiving Surprise

I spent Thanksgiving morning enjoying a surprise… and a promise… one that pandered to the whimsical child that I have, in recent years, resurrected from a cold grave. I must admit, lamentably, that such whimsy touches my heart all too infrequently these days, but I endeavor to give it life with each passing day. My … Read more…

A Warm Fuzzy for Me

I got the following in the mail the other day: We watched your video in class today. The students LOVED the introduction and were in awe of your pipe and your mohawk.They totally laughed when you called the student out for texting and even looked around the room. One 7th grade boy got nervous and … Read more…

Networking… Fictorians Style

I’ve been sorely lacking in keeping up with my own blog. What can I say, it’s been a busy… well… my girlfriend would say eternity, but it’s been a busy couple of months. And the last few weeks have been hell, but in a good way.  Lots of projects completed. I’ll be listing a number … Read more…

MileHiCon Chemical Burn Copies Giveaway

Okay, so that was weird. Sitting at the kitchen table signing a stack of books I’m giving away at a convention… it’s a first, to be sure.  I don’t think I’ll ever get used to that… not if I ever get any further in this game or eventually become a best-seller. The whole autograph thingy … Read more…

October Installment at The Fictorians

Here’s another one of my blogs out at The Fictorians.  This one covers what *I think* is the importance of working the convention circuit if you’re a writer. Granted, it has a bit of a bias, but the benefits I’ve enjoyed as a result of attending cons are laid out pretty thoroughly. http://www.fictorians.com/2013/10/15/working-the-convention-circuit/

My Happy Smile for the Day

On the 19th I wrote mentioned that I had a new story out in Steampunk Trails’ inaugural edition. Well, there’s a review up and I get a mention and some kudos. I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t enjoy getting props for my work.  If you haven’t had a chance to read Steampunk … Read more…

RMFW “Writing Great Action Scenes” Class

This past weekend the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers association held their Colorado Gold conference. It’s a three-day extravaganza of panels, classes, carousing, dinners, pitches, critiques, and awards. The hospitality suite at the end of each day was a bit like a Mos Eisley Cantina, minus the band and severed arm… and I was in good … Read more…

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