I have a new release, but so do some friends and fellow authors, so you’ll have plenty to read this weekend! Zombie Maggots is out just in time for Halloween! It’s available in ebook and paperback for your reading pleasure. If you’d like to know more about the writing process of it, check out my… Read More New Books Today!
This was a first for me. Not just Tulkon, although I hadn’t attended this con before (for good reason, see below) but the pace of this spring’s conventions for me. I’ve done three cons in five weeks, starting with FantaSci at the end of March in North Carolina, where I was a guest. I’d followed… Read More TulKon AAR
I don’t know. Opera, with all the death and dying, seems noir to begin with. On the other hand, there’s a cyborg. Maybe it will make more sense after you read Sarah’s take on it. Click the cover to magically transport for purchase.
A curated list of authors selected works and put them on sale, just for readers like you. If you’ve been waiting for the next fun read, or for a reason to Read Indie, this is that time. All the books are priced between $2.99 and $0.99, affordable ways to explore new worlds. You will find… Read More 2nd Annual Indie Author Labor Day Sale
Win a copy of Dragon Noir! You can play along in the comments here, or on facebook where I kicked the thing off yesterday. Comment for an entry, and I will draw a name at random on Sunday, July 19 and announce the winner. Then I will do it a second time and give away… Read More Win a signed book!
Written by Sanford Begley We got this book, Shared Nightmares, largely on the strength of some of the authors involved. I will have to give this book two reviews in one. Why? Well because I see it in two different ways. As a long time reader and a fan of many of the authors involved… Read More Horrifyingly Good
This isn’t entirely a review. Sarah asked me to write the introduction for this collection of her short stories, and I greedily agreed, knowing it meant I would get to read them all as part of creating a good introduction. Since she has priced it very, very reasonably, I do hope you pick a copy… Read More Review: Here Be Dragons
I’m sitting here sipping coffee with almond milk in it, looking out at the fog. There was a train a little bit ago, with the whistle blowing all the way through town because of the heavy fog. I’m still not used to train whistles, living in New England and Alaska, trains were not part of… Read More Coffee in the Fog
When I asked Sarah for a recipe, I wasn’t sure what I was going to get. Sure, she’d talked for years (at her blog, According to Hoyt) about growing up in a small village in Portugal. And the favorite joke over in the comments at her blog is to watch out, or you’ll get carped.… Read More Eat This While you Read That: Sarah Hoyt
Riding the Raid So as you may or may not know, I am a member of the Raiding Party. Which means I post once a month over at Sarah Hoyt’s blog, and under her blog are the Huns, commenting. Hence Raiding Party for those of us who regularly guest there. I tend to write a… Read More Essay, Links, and Errata
Ok, I’m back. No, it’s not actually news blather, but you will have noticed I share at least three other blogs on fb besides my own, and this is why: fb doesn’t like people. Well, ok, let me rephrase that. They like money more than helping people. As soon as I see another way to… Read More The Daily Blather
Someone put together a list of the 35 Writers who Run the Internet that had a bunch of us scratching our heads in puzzlement. We’d collectively heard of two or three of them, and most of us are very well read online, keeping up with the changes in the industry. So I challenged several disparate… Read More 18 Influential Voices in Literature on the Internet