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Meridian

Grant Baines runs a specialty-tour company with his sister, Andie. The tour part is ushering frat boys around the Gulf of Mexico in his charter yacht. The specialty is that he’s an ex-military psychologist who does favors for the government. … Continue reading

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2 weeks!

I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t wait! 🙂

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Rainbow Awards, and a new release!

The Rainbow Awards were a smash this year! 450+ books, 170 judges from all over the world, and $17,300 donated to LGBT charities. Elisa Rolle is a tireless supporter of LGBT visibility in literature and an amazing organizer and beautiful … Continue reading

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Malachite

I know I’m lazy about updating my blog. I’m trying to fix that. You can throw pies at me later. 🙂 I’ve been sharing chapters of my new novel Malachite over at Tumblr, I guess because it’s really easy to … Continue reading

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Havin’ a sale, yup!

If you STILL haven’t read Scarlet and the White Wolf, Book 1, a new revised edition is on sale at Amazon Kindle for 1/2 price for a short time. Getcha one! Or, if you’ve read it and liked it, how … Continue reading

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The King of Forever

FINALLY, right? I know you guys have been very… Very… VERY patient, so hugs and virtual chocolate to everyone who sent me asks about the series and have been anticipating its release. I love you all!  🙂 This week has … Continue reading

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Hammer and Bone

So this is my new book, a novel-length collection of short stories tied together by themes of retribution, hatred, prejudice, loss, and love. I’ve been pitching this book hard all week (as authors do), so before I drive anyone away … Continue reading

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I need a virtual vacation

I’ve discovered that whenever I’m in full-swing writing mode (LIKE NOW OMG fingers ow!), I tend to neglect some important stuff. Like laundry, the clock, cooking dinner, forgetting to pay the phone bill, and… oh yeah, playing games. You wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Crow Compromises. Sort of.

I haven’t posted much about gaming lately, like I haven’t posted much about art and drawing, for the simple reason… I haven’t been able to do it. My right hand went wonky (de Quervain’s tenosynovitis) in early spring of 2014, … Continue reading

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Pin the stocking on the Grinch

If you’re like me, you look forward to Christmas, but not the poundage you’re destined to pack on from all the goodies. To that end, I’ve been choosing alternate stocking stuffers for years. I get sick of chocolate by Halloween, … Continue reading

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Ehrmagerd

This totally counts as a blog update. Minimalist style. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. *injects a lot of carriage returns and spaces* *slinks away*

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THIS IS MY BOOMSTICK

Mmmkay, no, I don’t actually own a boomstick. What I do have is an Off switch (just as good in this context), and I’ve been thinking about misanthropy. Not the actual I-Hates-Most-Everybodies misanthropy, but why some of us flock to … Continue reading

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Brain in the closet

I had a dream last night where I was some kind of cop/detective working on a space station, but it was odd (like it’s not odd already?) because the station was more like a rundown urban moon colony, with soil … Continue reading

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My Life in My Head

I spend so much time in my own head. All writers do, actually. It’s just how we function, how we dream up our worlds, how we play out the scenes that we intend to put on paper. We borrow from … Continue reading

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DMCA Musings and Muso

I found Muso DMCA Takedown service through Twitter. A well-known author in my genre tweeted about it and I thought I would give it a try, because I have to tell you the truth: I gave up playing whack-a-mole with … Continue reading

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“Where can I find music for my book trailer video?”

*This blog post is not intended as legal advice. No, seriously. It’s not. You do your own thing at your own risk. Always thoroughly research any website or service you intend to do business with.   I see this question … Continue reading

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How to Bake An Internet Furor

  Measure  2 lbs self-rising flour. Have an audience. Make a Secret List. Reveal to audience that there is a Secret List, but take no responsibility for creating the List.  Inform that it was a poll. Mix flour with milk, … Continue reading

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My Weinerific Take on “Please Don’t Pirate My Book Day”.

  I want my money. No, let me rephrase: I NEED my money. That said, I completely grok that this isn’t always possible. Distribution & availability are very real barriers in some locations of planet Earth. National law can also … Continue reading

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Review thoughts on “The Following”

  I would have enjoyed this show more if it contained a plot I could suspend disbelief for. I’m a big fan of James Purefoy, so I’ve been looking forward to this show for months. Complicated back-stories reaching back several … Continue reading

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Review: That Book Your Mad Ancestor Wrote, by K.J. Bishop

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of corresponding with author K.J. Bishop and was fortunate enough to read the manuscript of her new anthology, That Book Your Mad Ancestor Wrote, prior to publication. She was kind enough to mention … Continue reading

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