I have a new story out today in Tales From the Canyons of the Damned, No. 25. Brethren is prologue of sorts to my Starship Gilead series, and features the very first public appearance of the starship in a tale about the trouble with utopias, religious fanaticism, and duty. The [...]
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Are you proud to call yourself an indie author? Are you married to, friends with, or related to an indie author? If so, then I've got the shirt for you. My original Literary Outlaw shirt was a huge success, so I'm going back to that well one more time. Actually, [...]
One of my books (Precious In Thy Sight) has been nominated for the Cover of the Month contest on AllAuthor.com! Can you please spare 5 seconds to vote for me? https://allauthor.com/cover-of-the-month/1371/
Way back in 2014, Michael Bunker and I published a book called Legendarium that went nuclear and became my most successful story to date. Ever since that time, fans have been asking us for a sequel, but other projects have always gotten in the way. All that is about [...]
Twenty-five years ago, on a cold January evening, I sat down in front of a tiny TV in the apartment I shared with two roommates (Three's Company-style) and watched the 2-hour premier of what would turn out to be my all-time favorite TV show: Star Trek Deep Space Nine. I [...]
I have a new short story out called Precious In Thy Sight: How far can one man fall? John Galen has a secret. He's a troubadour with a demon on his back, a demon who is slowly driving him to murder. In this tale of regret and redemption, Galen struggles [...]
Some of the common problems I encounter whenever I'm formatting a book are widows and orphans. I've exchanged literally hundreds of emails and Facebook messages back and forth with clients on this topic, and so I'm writing this blog in hopes of simplifying my work in the future. What are [...]
This morning, the 2017 Dragon Awards Ballot was released, and to my surprise, The Bleak December was nominated for Best Horror Novel. I'm not particularly good at mobilizing my following, but clearly at least a few of you nominated the book and for that I am deeply grateful. If you [...]