I’m making Twisted Mindflow, a collection of 17 short stories, flash, and oddballs, available for free download. Whether you’re a fan and interested in the evolution of my writing mind, or you’re new to my work and want to get a sense of just how odd my stories are, this is my gift to you.… Read More Free Ebook!
It has become clear this week that I must explain further, I am not allowed to simply retreat into the shadows without making one thing clear: I am not ashamed of this fight. The opponents who have been doing their best to smear everyone involved with Sad Puppies IV cannot claim a victory here: they have… Read More Muzzled Redux
Millennicon 29 Cincinnati Ohio My Millennicon Schedule, for those of you in the Cincinnati area: Friday 8:00 pm Reading 9:00 pm moderating a panel Making Money as an Artist 10:00 pm Creative Destruction (I will be doing a presentation on destructive biology) Saturday 2:00 pm Autograph session in the lobby Sunday 11:00 am Libraries and… Read More Millennicon Schedule
You can find the opening snippet Here… I am currently still working on the book. I am very close to sending it to beta readers – I hope to wrap it all up with a bow this weekend. It’s been an interesting week so far, as the first days of a semester always are, and… Read More Dragon Noir: Snippet 2
A new short story set in medieval Japan. A man retired from war, and the quiet village he set up shop in. When a strange woman comes to him for a tattoo, he reluctantly takes her money, and tries to unravel her mystery. Meanwhile, savage men threaten his newfound peace. Can there be friendship in exile,… Read More One-Eyed Dragon
My First Reader surprised me with this, he’d written it after I told him I was having trouble coming up with one for Amazon that would replace the very out-dated one I’d put up a few years ago. Thank you, dear man! There are few things I dislike more than writing my own bio. Cedar… Read More New Author Bio
Welcome! If you’re familiar with my blog, you already know this. I don’t self-promote often. While I do a weekly book review, and will often promo friend’s books, I usually let the sidebar links or the pages devoted to each series do the talking for me. I figure if you’re here more than once or… Read More A Papery Feel
First of all, I’m back, and I’m sorry for my lack of planning! I thought I would have a few minutes to put up a post Saturday and yesterday, and it didn’t happen. Next year, I will plan ahead for this. We arrived in Tennessee on Thursday, early, treating that first day as a vacation… Read More LibertyCon 27 AAR
So, the two of us, my First Reader and I. Sitting on the steps at LibertyCon 25, in 2012
There’s a little meme that pops up on Facebook every so often. I have no idea if it really is International Book Week, but I thought it would be fun to grab some of the oddball books floating around the office and leave some random sentences here on the blog. What I am doing differently,… Read More International Book Week
Guest post by Sabrina Chase, who was kind enough to organize this first collaborative effort for Human Wave authors. The Human Wave Garage Sale When did it become fashionable for published fiction to be full of self-loathing for qualities most intelligent humans value? Where’s the adventure, the courage, the fun? We suppose it was about the… Read More Human Wave Garage Sale!
I wrote this late last night, after a 6 hour drive, after a morning spent conversing and saying good-bye… what I’m saying is, it may be slightly incoherent, and I will doubtless want to add more later to it. Home from LibertyCon 26, in Chattanooga TN. We put a thousand miles on the little car… Read More LibertyCon 26 AAR