Tag Archive | publishing

It’s official. I am a published author!

  That’s right, my first speculative fiction anthology is available over at Amazon for Kindle devices (working on releasing it in other places as well), for just $.99. Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B089636XJ7 And thank you so very much to all of you who have supported me over the years with your kind words, encouragement, […]

Weekend Roundup: January 18-24

  Tweet of the Day: Let’s Talk to the Men This Time: Combating Online Harrasment ——- What a week! A very busy week and next week looks to be just as busy. Which of course that my blogging schedule is a bit cramp. I’m trying to cram as much of it as possible on Sundays, […]

Experimenting with Serials: Ambrosious and Other Tales

Tweet of the Day: If ‘Red Tails’ Crashes Does Black Cinema Crash With It? ——– That’s experimenting with serials, not the aborted monstrosity of three one-fifths morning cereal boxes, goat’s milk, beer and a hung over College junior. Not that I would know…. Okay, back to the subject. You may have wondered why anyone would […]

The Trunk Space in the Back of Your Head

What is the difference between a writer and someone who wants to write? As the story goes (and you can find a version of this story in any writer’s blog and/or magazine), the would be writer has a great idea for a book, which has simmered in the back of his/hers mind for years but […]

Once More into the Breach….

Well, I’m nearly finished with my second WIP, so now it is time to go back and revised Neither Here nor There… one more time. This time around I plan to use the One-Pass Manuscript Revision method I have heard so much about. If this works then I may have discovered a way to work […]

Isn’t it ironic….

2008 started with the specter of unfinished goals and family illness. I found out that my dad had cancer. I confronted his mortality head on and in doing so confronted my own. Faced with death, I chose to live, to deal, to move on. And so I started putting words together in this blog. Day […]

Here, There and Back Again

I feel just like that. Reminds me of my Boy Scout days. The Boys Scouts are like British Colonial Infantry Regiments, without the rifles. We did a lot of walking, marching, running back in the day.  When you walk long distances there comes a time between your feet going on automatic and total collapse where […]