Monthly Archives: March 2011

Passing in the Night

I just finished Passing in the Night, the story I wrote for Writers of the Future.  So I’m feeling pretty good about myself.  Not that anyone’s surprised by that.  It came in at 11,975 words, so it’s quite a bit

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More Gatekeeper drivel

Lee Goldberg posted his reaction to a comment from James W. Hall, talking about how horrible it would be for everyone to self publish, because what about the quality check that gatekeepers do?  How could readers possibly deal without being

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Posted in Writing as a Business

Shifting Gears

I put Masters on hold for a while, starting the middle of last week. I’m up to 45,500 words, and have a clear end point in sight. But last week I realized it was halfway through March, and the deadline

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Evening with Edmund Morris

I live in Ballston Spa, NY, about 25 miles north of Albany.  A couple weeks ago, I did a google search for local writers clubs, and found the NY State Writer’s Institute.  They have a visiting writers series, and I

Posted in Books I Like, Events

Book Review: Shackled

Over the weekend, I finished Shackled by J E Medrick, a new indy writer. I’ve commented on her blog a couple times, and she on mine.  So I figured I’d give her book a shot.  I planned to write a

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Sales! And updates!

First off, Damsel has sold twice this month so far: once on the Amazon UK Store and once on their US Store. Considering I’ve done nothing in the way of promotion except this blog, facebook, and a couple comments on

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Nearly Done

After about 2,000 words today, I’m up to 41,300 words on Masters.  I just finished a scene that is just beautiful in its poetic justice.  I absolutely love it. So that makes about 4,000 words for the weekend.  Not as

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Prelude to The Pericles Conspiracy

Thought-Provoking and Action-Packed SciFi Thriller

A Fun, Action-Filled Fantasy Adventure

Glimmer Vale Chronicles #2 - A Sword & Sorcery Murder-Mystery

Glimmer Vale Chronicles #3 - A Winter Rescue Goes Terribly Wrong

Glimmer Vale Chronicles #4 - A Robbery Threatens Lydelton's Economic Existence

Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Adventure.

A bundle of 10 SF/F short stories

A Compilation of Five Short Novels

A Compilation of Five Short Novels

5 Short Stories

Exciting Sci Fi/Horror Novella

Valor vs Magic...and the Undead

A Modern Fantasy Novella

A safari to a distant star to hunt Dragons

SciFi Novelette

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