There are indeed times when I distrust myself, my choices. I look around me and see only evidence of my inadequacy, indeed my own foolishness. I can find not one scrap of a hint of a partial clue that I am worth the ink in my fountain pen. And if at one point or another … Continue reading Times of Doubt
Book reviews are very important, especially to the independent writer. To all writers, I suppose, but us guys without the sweet publishing contract live and die by them. I further suppose that I should clarify a bit. I'm not going to lie and tell you that certain reviews don't make you feel really good. Nor … Continue reading Reviews
If anyone truly follows this blog, then you'll probably realize that my latest novel, The Count of Carolina, was released on September 4, with pretty much no peeps from me. There were a number of reasons for this non-peepitude, not the least of which was the fact that the first book in the series, the venerable Beauty … Continue reading Whew!
You may have heard the name Craig A. Hart mentioned once or twice in the confines of this blog. If so, you're about to hear it mentioned again. If you've never heard the name, go ahead and crawl out from under your rock. I'll wait. All out? Good. Let's continue. Not too long ago, Craig released … Continue reading New Release from a Favorite Author
One of the hats you wear when you are an independently published author is that of a publicist. I find it an odd, ill-fitting hat that makes my head itch a bit, and when I wear it, I feel a little like this is how I look: But I understand it is necessary that I … Continue reading Promotional Considerations Provided By…
I'm pleased to announce a special Labor Day promotion which will give you a chance to download the Kindle version of A Dark Clock, the first volume of the Cerah of Quadar series, for free! Starting Monday the 4th and running through Friday the 8th, the electronic version of my first novel will be completely free … Continue reading Labor Day Announcement!
Some people like the Yankees (right-thinking, good people who don't kick dogs), some people like the Red Sox (people who don't fit the previous description). Some people like Toyota, some like Nissan. Some folks like Lester Holt, some prefer Scott Pelly. Some people are asking "What's your point?" My point is that everybody has preferences. … Continue reading A Dark Clock is Now Available For NOOK