Tag Archives: fiction

Reach.

If the internet thinks I am going to now stop mentioning my recent free essay collection, it is mistaken. Please take a look, as I think it will bring a smile to your face more than once. That being said, my stronger attentions have now turned toward my next major project; the as yet untitled, …

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New Fiction by Yours Truly

Announcing that my latest collection of short stories is now available in ebook from several locations. The collection, which I have not talked about much ahead of time, is called…well, just take a look at the cover: You might be able to guess a few things just from this. But in case it isn’t clear, …

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Not Telling.

I share my writing ideas less and less these days. Not that I don’t want people to know what I’m writing. Not that I wouldn’t enjoy fleshing out ideas by talking about them out loud, outside of my own brain. (Which can be an odd place, believe me.) It’s that I’ve found a certain relief …

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In the Hole or Under the Waterfall?

In baseball, being “on deck” refers to the very next batter, after the current batter is no longer batting. There is a more unofficial term for the player that’s two batters away from action. They are sometimes referred to as being “in the hole.” And the one coming up after that player? Though literature is scarce …

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Launch! “Murder. Theatre. Solitaire.” is Live!

Well, here I am again, announcing the launch of another novel. I will admit, it’s not as scary or roller-coaster like as the first time, but nonetheless I’m happy to make my first ever murder mystery available to all of you. For you Kindle types, you’ll find it here. Other formats are available right over …

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