Hey guys! Dominion of the Damned version 2.0 is now available in trade paperback! Currently you can get it directly from Createspace or order it from Amazon. Coming soon to BN.com and other places actual paper books are sold. Eventually I’ll add info here on the site on how to get a signed copy, but if … More Dominion now available in paperback PLUS a new e-book!
An article I wrote for Hill’s Pet: Changing dog food isn’t something you should rush into. Learn how doing so slowly can help your dog avoid digestive problems and adjust to his new home. Source: Changing Dog Food for Your New Dog
I said I was going to do it, and I finally did it. I scuttled my author blog, relocated to WordPress.com, and set up a sort-of-static author website instead. Except, isn’t this a blog right here? Well, no, not exactly. This is a “news and announcements” page, where I intend to post, er, news and … More Welcome To My New Digs.
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Same can be said about writing a book… Success has a LOT of common denominators. Whether we want to be an excellent parent, run a thriving business, earn a promotion, have great friendships, become published, lose weight, one day have enough money to build a secret lab in…
It has been a busy, busy couple of weeks. And not even thanks to NaNoWriMo, which I pretty much gave up all hope of winning midway through last week. There have been a lot of errands to run, and freelance gigs to get done, and stuff needing done around the house. Hopefully, next week … More Have a Happy Yam Sham!
This week did not go as planned. Matt and I ran all over town running errands and stocking up on winter supplies. Wednesday was supposed to involve a quick morning run to Sprouts to stock up on produce and bulk dry goods, after which I was going to catch up on writing and freelance work. … More Fire bad. Tree pretty.
One of our favorite things to watch this time of year is the “Hilloween” episode of King of the Hill. In this episode, traditional Halloween-related activities come under assault from hyper-conservative religious (and litigious) types who assert that Halloween is a satanic holiday. Soon, satanic panic pervades the whole town and Halloween is called off … More How the Satanic Panic Almost Ruined Halloween
So the big October sale is over and everything is back to regular price. It didn’t go as well as I’d hoped, but it still gave me a boost in sales, and I gave away a respectable number of books that will hopefully translate to some loyal readers down the road. One thing I learned … More Book sale aftermath and killing a significant number of darlings for the greater good.
I was planning to write something this week about clowns and why they’re so dang disturbing; but the truth is, I’m too distracted by real-life horrors this week to be much into the fun kind. Yesterday, Matt and I learned of the passing of a Facebook friend, who was killed in a motor scooter accident. … More On coping with fear. And zombies.
I’ve been watching a lot of Ghost Adventures-type shows lately, partly for novel research and inspiration, but also because I just get a hankering for that sort of thing around this time of year. But I always have to stop watching them at some point because they tend to give me nightmares. I don’t really … More Do you believe in ghosts?