Long road to release I have to be honest, I’m not the most patient person in the world when it comes to book releases.  This may be a surprising thing to hear from someone who held onto to three finished novels for between six and eight years, but it’s a different experience, temperamentally, between keeping…

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Christmas is coming I wanted to take a moment to thank the many, many people who have picked up ebook copies of Immortal and Hellenic Immortal over the past six months or so.  Your enthusiasm has been remarkable, and I can’t wait until next year when you have a chance to read Fixer. In a slightly less thankful-more-commercial vein, I…

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Black Friday E-Book Sale My publisher, The Writer’s Coffee Shop will be having a one-day sale on all of their E-Books, which includes Immortal and Hellenic Immortal. So if you have not gotten your e-copy of my books, Friday is your chance to download them at a nice price. And if you have already bought them, take a look at…

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Add it to your reading list Just a quick note to let you know I’ve added Fixer to Goodreads. Click here to add it to your reading list!

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Fixer is coming If you have been hanging around my blog for a little while you’ve already heard of Fixer, and possibly also read the preview chapter I posted almost exactly a year ago.  (Note: the chapter has since been ransacked comprehensively by a large team of editors, but it is not substantially different.)  Today I have…

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Mondays are for trivia I have a few relatives in the South.  I don’t talk about them all that often, but they’re there, and they live in portions of Louisiana (my mother grew up in Lake Charles) and parts of Texas, and probably a fair number of other places I’m less familiar with.  So when…

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Sunday is for Sandy While all of us authory/publishy types were hanging out in downtown Austin on a brisk Saturday, a hurricane you may have heard something about was aiming for the East Coast, and it was shaping up to be an issue for those of us who A: reside on the East Coast, and…

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