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Jul 10

The Typewriter Song

When I was a young person, my parents bought me a typewriter.  It wasn’t because they had nothing to do. I was diagnosed with disgraphia. Which is to say, my brain and my fingertips don’t get along.  Fine motor control is painful (literally) after a short time and degrades further…. Read more »

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Jun 23
BEGIN WITH GOODBYE COVER REVEAL

BEGIN WITH GOODBYE COVER REVEAL

Today I’m delighted to participate in the cover reveal for Kelly Walker’s new novel, “Begin with Goodbye.”   Isn’t it gorgeous? Kelly’s a long time critique partner of mine and did the images for my website as well, so it’s not surprising the cover looks great. BLURB- Revenge is best… Read more »

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Jun 04

Novella News

While it feels strange to be talking about sequels when you haven’t gotten to read the first book, I’m delighted to say we have a deal to publish a novella in between “Free Agent” and “Armageddon Rules.”  This means that once you’ve devoured (and hopefully loved!) Free Agent, you’ll be… Read more »

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May 13

Writing Archeology

With the complete of Free Agent’ galley proofing, I’ve had time to go back and do a sort of writer’s spring cleaning.  By that I mean I sorted through all my archived writing.  In there I found the first three books I ever tried to write. I remember reading an… Read more »

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Apr 30

Galley Proofing – a slow process

I have the typeset file for Free Agent on my SurfaceRT right now, reading it line by line, looking for typos. I’m very nearly done with this book, but getting ready for book two by reviewing the cover copy. That’s all the words that appear on the front, spine, and… Read more »

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Mar 25

New Worlds, and Old

I sat down last night and opened a blank document.  Not a new book…yet.  A blank document that will contain all my thoughts and ideas for a new book, just blurted out straight into it.  And then the research starts.  The name choosing.  The nailing down of ideas and fleshing… Read more »

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