Dear area car driver: In the event that you, area car driver, happen to be dropping off a passenger, please execute the following maneuvers: 1: signal and get to the side of the road; 2: leave the turn signal on while you’re stopped. As you can see, these are two steps.  Two very easy steps.…

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We’re recapping the first year in the life of Immortal.  If you’re not reading this blog, hopefully it’s because you’re busy reading Immortal instead. Is Adam an asshole? The winter brought more readers and more reviews, and lots of more interesting questions.  Two question in particular resulted in my favorite blog post title, by far:…

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You know you’ve been bicycling in the city for a while if… …you know not to take a sharp turn across a manhole cover in the rain …you can’t name most of the streets you travel on but you can describe the light cycle patterns of every intersection in great detail …you’d consider a horror…

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This week we’re looking back at the first year in the life of the indie published book Immortal.  You should probably read it. I’m not proud Immortal was scheduled to debut on 10-1-10, and I’d love to say things went smoothly, and everything worked out okay, and I was cool about it all. But… There was Amazon.…

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We’re looking back at the first year in the life of the indie published book Immortal.  Join us, as we reminisce and speak in first person plural for no reason. Before the beginning The official publication date for Immortal was 10-1-10, which was a perfect binary day despite actually being a Friday and thus a very…

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A guest appearance Today I’m happily participating in the blog tour of my friend Bryan Thomas Schmidt, whose novel The Worker Prince debuted this month.  Below is an interview with Bryan. When did you decide you wanted to be a writer? I have been creating stories since I was very young. My mother says I never…

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An anniversary It’s embarrassing to admit this, but we’ve gone one calendar year– and some change– since the official publication date of Immortal and I didn’t even realize it until a few days ago.   And it’s been a hell of a year, the kind of year that cries out for a recap of some kind,…

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I haven’t felt like a writer in months For the past few weeks I have been working on a rewrite – slash – edit – slash – reworking of a novel of mine called Fixer, about which you have likely heard almost nothing because I haven’t discussed it except in passing before now. At the…

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