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Power to the pixel: Virtual FantasyCon 2016

Virtual FantasyCon is a fun and interesting online event happening in October and best of all it’s free. The location is your computer. You can drop by any day during the event and check out the booths for that day. … Continue reading

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Untethered

Almost everyone carries a smartphone these days. They sit in pockets and on tables. They sleep on headboards and are the first things their owners check in the morning. They’ve edged out more mundane equipment like calendars and MP3 players. They … Continue reading

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Journal of a novel: Sept. 14, 2016. Creative tension

In a series of posts, I’ll share both Steinbeck’s Journal of a Novel and what I learn from it, and I’ll show you what the writing life is like for me. John Steinbeck worked on his novel every weekday and even … Continue reading

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Journal of a novel: Aug. 31, 2016. Invention

In a series of posts, I’ll share both Steinbeck’s Journal of a Novel and what I learn from it, and I’ll show you what the writing life is like for me. In his April 4, Journal of a Novel entry, … Continue reading

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Good Things, an Urban Fantasy Anthology

We’re taking a break today from John Steinbeck’s Journal of a Novel to celebrate the release of a new book, Good Things. Good things come from unexpected places… Magic and mayhem. Vampires and gods. Cops and werewolves. The binding thread … Continue reading

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Journal of novel: Aug. 15, 2016. Surprise

In his Feb. 23 Journal of a Novel entry, Steinbeck writes that the novel he’s working on is “really beginning to move and breathe and have a life of its own,” so much so that the characters are taking over. Continue reading

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Journal of a novel: Aug. 10, 2016. Word count

In a series of posts, I’ll share both Steinbeck’s Journal of a Novel and what I learn from it, and I’ll show you what the writing life is like for me. In his Feb. 15 Journal of a Novel entry, John Steinbeck has at last decided to commence writing his novel, and muses about his word count goal. Continue reading

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Journal of a novel: Aug. 5, 2016. Audience

In John Steinbeck’s first “Journal of a Novel” entry, he tells his editor that he will “start my book addressed to my boys.” To whom do I “address” my writing? I wondered. Continue reading

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The complete collection

Made to Forget There’s something that lies within my memory. Hidden in the dark. Something that can kill me and those that I love. But I was in an accident, covered in mystery and deception. And my memory…was lost. There … Continue reading

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#GoodThingsReveal

  Good things come from unexpected places…   Genre: Urban Fantasy To Be Released: August 18th, 2016 Good things come from unexpected places… Magic and mayhem. Vampires and gods. Cops and werewolves. The binding thread of mysticism in the modern … Continue reading

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