A New Story at Steampunk Trails

I’m pleased and proud to announce that my story “Family Heirlooms” is now available in the inaugural issue of Steampunk Trails magazine. Mucho thanks to David B. Riley (Publisher) and Julie Campbell (Editor) for being gracious enough to include my story. And props to M. Wayne Miller who did the cover art as well as Marge … Read more…

How “Cornelius” Came to Be

A big piece of the writing biz is networking, which is ironic since most writers tend to be introverts stuck  indoors and chained to their desks.  But the truth is that you just never know where your next opportunity might come from. So, one morning I’m at my day job when a FB message pops up.  It’s … Read more…

OsFest5 Panel Schedule

One day of the convention has passed by.  We pulled in at about 2:15 after an 8-hour drive from Denver to Omaha, Nebraska for OsFest5.  Special thanks go out to Guy De Marco and his lovely wife T. L. De Marco for putting pretty much all of this even together for Peter J. Wacks and me.  Last … Read more…

That Last Mile

I’ve been talking about it for some time now, but the truth is I hadn’t actually been able to focus on it since around the end of May.  It’s funny, as a writer and a day-gig-go-getter and a self-promoter and a home-owner and a part-time political activist and a gamer and a short fiction writer … Read more…

Sunday Groove With Demigods

A sunny and cloudy Sunday afternoon with gray skies and soothing gaps of blue.  The occasional thunderclap rolls down upon us from the heavens, and my back porch—my sanctuary—is as comfortable as you can imagine.  Dubstep feeds into my brain through headphones, a breeze dances over my skin, and the air is warm. I’m wrapping … Read more…

Interview Recording Tonight!

Let me begin by giving thanks to David Boop for arranging this.  Tonight I’ll be recording my first interview, and it’s with the guys at The Book Cave.  Arthur Sippo and Ric Croxton will be talking to me, David Boop and Peter J. Wacks regarding Penny Dread Tales Volume Two.  I’m anxious and nervous and excited.  What’s … Read more…

“Best Served Cold” Finally in Kindle

Although the anthology was release lated last year, the Kindle version finally came out.  Take a look at “Best Served Cold:  An Eye for An Eye.”  It’s got some sci-fi, some horror, some psychological and paranormal stuff.  It’s just good, clean, the-bad-guy-getting-what-he-deserves kinds of stories.  You can get your copy at: http://www.amazon.com/Best-Served-Cold-Eye-ebook/dp/B008J6RPQE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1341929611&sr=8-2&keywords=best+served+cold+an+eye+for+an+eye

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