I’ve many projects. Call it a need to stay busy, a thirst for creative experimentation, or just a crippling case of magpie syndrome; the result is always the same. I do a lot of things. right now, i’m balancing work on my newest novel, launching a short story series here on the blog, tip-toeing my… Continue reading Balancing Multiple Projects
I’ve been on both sides of the publishing aisle, from the earliest days of my webcomic slinging in 2003 where I eventually picked up a comic publisher, to when I self-published my first novel back in 2013 and from there on. So, it follows that I’ve talked a lot about the processes with friends, convention… Continue reading The Yin and Yang of Self-Publishing
Woo! We’re back in Colorado, safely ensconced in Wolf and Owl Tower—name for the new joint—and aside from a medical emergency on my end we’re absolutely loving it! It’s great to be home. But you’re not here for a personal update. You’re here for the goods. Good goods. How good? Real good. It just so… Continue reading News from the Tower
This will be the last blog post made from Casa de Geek, which is the name for our abode in Houston Texas. Yes, we name our living spaces. Our last was a branch of Fort Awesome. We’ve also considered calling this place Barad-dûr just due to the heat. What? My wife and I are geeks.… Continue reading Goodbye Bayou City, Hello Rockies
So, there’s no point in tip-toeing around it. Best to make like a band-aid, and pull it off quickly. The PIPS RPG project is shelved in perpetuity. Now, I know how this looks. I’m not tone-deaf to the timing. This looks like yet another ambitious thing on my part that went by the wayside. And,… Continue reading PIPS is gone, but not dead.
Hey all! Due to some unforeseen consequences (Hello, Mr. Freeman), I wasn’t able to do the live QnA for June, which also meant that I didn’t get to drop the latest news at that time. So I figured it best to go ahead and do so here instead. BOOK NEWS Still on track to record… Continue reading Some more tidbits for your eye-parts
Writing, as I’ve said, is the hardest easy thing I’ve ever done. And if you can wrap your gray matter around that conundrum, then you’re already well on your way to becoming addicted to the craft. That recently proved true as I was approaching the second book in my new urban fantasy series, Nine Shot… Continue reading Me and Major Kong, A-Bomb Cowboys.