This is a link round-up of articles I ran across that look interesting. The first one is actually related to why I do link round-ups… and it’s not just because I’m too tired to think straight by the time I get home at night! Derek Lowe’s column is one of my daily reads, but I… Read More Nerves, Remakeries, and a Very Cold Case
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!
I’m a bit fed-up with myself. I simply cannot seem to find the time to write, these days. So I’m going to take the time to write, even if it displaces my blog, I’m afraid. I’ll write here, and eventually I’ll coallate it all into… whatever it turns into. This is a WIP, one that… Read More Writing in Public I
As I started to read this, I commented that it is one of the most readable High Fantasy novels I have come across in quite some time. I revised that opinion very shortly thereafter. I’m talking about Rob Howell’s A Lake Most Deep, which suffers from an odd cover, and the mention by another reviewer… Read More Review: A Lake Most Deep
This isn’t a review, per se, because I haven’t been reading the ‘right’ books recently. Not the ones I would normally review for my readers. If you’re wondering what that means, it means I haven’t had the time to give full mental capacity to the books I need to review, and I was sick yesterday,… Read More Not a Review
It’s been a hectic couple of weeks. I skipped out of writing a review last week partly because of my schedule, and partly because I hadn’t finished anything recently. Well, this week I did finish a nice, light, funny book. With Zombies… and vampires, and ghosts, and pretty much anything else Kevin J Anderson could… Read More Review: The Private Shambler
If you’re interested in my new mystery novella, Memories of the Abyss, but wanted to see what it was about before you bought it, here’s a snip! Let me know what you think… Memories She sat in the warm afternoon sun, her face tilted toward the warmth, eyes closed. It was finally spring, and she… Read More Story Snippet!