Monthly Archives: June 2011


Hey wicked cool.  I just got the email from Writers of the Future. Passing in the Night, my submission for last quarter, got an Honorable Mention!   Guess that means I don’t suck completely.  Now to submit Passing to a publisher.

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Feeling Grateful

I often point over to Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch in this here blog.  Naturally, I do that because they’re both very experienced writers, very smart with business, and they make a hell of a lot of sense. 

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Posted in Writing as a Business, Writing Philosophy

Deadline – Met!

Right.  Well, today’s 30 June, the last day of the quarter for Writers of the Future.  Submissions have to be in by midnight tonight. A week ago, I was starting to sweat the deadline, because I’d barely started a story

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A Book on Contracts

I love The Passive Voice.  Well, maybe love is too strong a term.  But Passive Guy does a great job linking to and commenting on the latest goings on in the writing world.  And with his background as an attorney,

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Ranking or Cash Flow?

As is obvious from my last several posts, I’ve been spending a lot more time on the Kindleboards lately.  Considering that Masters is primed and just about ready for release late next month, it seemed appropriate to link up with

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Cutting Off Your Nose To Spite Your Face

It seems that’s what some independent bookstores are doing. I went by Joe Konrath’s blog today, and read his post about J K Rowling self-publishing Harry Potter in ebook format.  In that post, he also discussed other developments in the

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Posted in Douchebaggery, Economics, Writing as a Business

Cover – Done!

Well, the cover journey is now complete.  Last night, I told Jeroen that we’re good to go and paypal’d (Not sure that’s a word; oh well, I made it up) him his money.  So now we’re all set on the

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Posted in Masters of the Sun, Post Production, Short Stories, Writers of the Future

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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