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…

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…

A CORNUCOPIA of Sci Fi, Including a Little Ender’s Game….

I’ve been involved with an organization for about four years now that is, in many respects, turning the publishing industry on its ear… or at least reinventing an old game with a few new twists and a lot more panache… or is it chutzpah? Anyway, the organization is WordFire Press, and I can say with a … 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…

My First Book Bundle: A Cornucopia of Authors

I crossed another milestone today, and I’m tickled pink about it. As most of you know, I’ve been producing the Penny Dread Tales series for four years now. As a result, Kevin J. Anderson of WordFire Press published The Best of Penny Dread Tales, which did really well at PensaCon and should continue to delight readers … 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…

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