Monthly Archives: November 2012

Just “wow!”

The Lost King can now be found at the Estelle Stair Gallery on Austin Street in Rockport, Texas, thanks to Pat Chapman who organized this and to resident artist/gallery owner Lisa Baer Frederick. This is “wow” for me on two levels. One … Continue reading

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Winner!

Done! I met the National Novel Writing Month goal of 50,000 words written in November. I had actually written 50586 when I submitted my manuscript for validating, but who’s counting? Oh, right, I was! That said, in typical NaNoWriMo fashion, … Continue reading

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Talking about books

I’m excited to report that the Port Aransas Book Club has chosen to read The Lost King and has invited me to their January 2013 meeting at the Ellis Memorial Library to be pilloried… er, to answer questions and chat. … Continue reading

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From lemons to lemonade

When John Evans’ doctor diagnosed arthritis and advised John to keep his hands moving, John looked for a hands-on hobby…more

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…and for you iOS fans…

I am pleased to report that The Lost King is now available as a digital book in iBooks. Just download the free iBooks app for your iPhone, iPad or other iOS device and then search for The Lost King. Meanwhile, I’m … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2012

My NaNoWriMo 2012 word count is on track. Writing marathons are easy. Just don’t eat, sleep … Seriously, I’m about 8,000 words into my newest novel. Working title,  The Changeling Prince. All kinds of surprising developments are presenting themselves. It’s like the … Continue reading

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