It's 2019. I'm sure most of you are aware of this by now, and those who aren't... well I tip my cap. Your New Year's Eve celebration must have been epic. I'm not a New Years resolution sort of guy. Haven't been for a long time. I don't really know why I stopped the practice, … Continue reading Newness
The Count of Carolina has been sent off to the publisher. Think I'll take a few days off. Then I'll start book three.
I gave this blog entry a title which many people will recognize immediately as a quote from one of the great philosophers of our time, Mr. Willy Wonka. I did that because I'm talking about fixing things, about making them right. When I write a book, before even my advance readers get their hands on … Continue reading “Strike that… reverse it.”
I'm happy to be able to show you all the brand-spankin' new cover for The Beauty of Bucharest, but before I do I'd like to tell you how it came about. I had been flailing around with various attempts at designing it myself and coming up with results that looked little better than the cat I colored … Continue reading Cover Reveal
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…
When I was a kid I held the Library of Congress in awe. With over 100 million total items, it's a book nerd's dream. And when I opened a book and saw that it had a LOC Control Number, I thought to myself, "Well, this author has made the big time. (S)he is in the … Continue reading The Library of Freakin’ Congress