Writing: I published two novels: Crashpoint and Twistpoint. I was trying to publish 3 books in one year, but Chokepoint didn’t make it. It will be out early this year, I hope. I learned a lot about working with freelance editors, book
UPDATE: I’m reposting this because I had problems with connecting to the various social media outlets. The Scoop, my newsletter, is now open to subscribers. The link should be right over on the right-hand side. It will include the news about all
You can now order the e-book or paper edition of this fine science fiction novel from these stores (more are coming soon): Amazon Barnes & Noble Kobo Smashwords The synopsis: In the 24th century, the solar system is bustling with
I just leveled up to 40. Being 40 years old is a big deal. Anyone who pretends otherwise is kidding himself or herself. Some people dread it, some people love it. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t
My writing time usually takes a hit in the month of October because I have certain Halloween obligations that seem to grow each year. Since these are creative obligations, I like to think that they are exercising my creative muscles in
That I attended the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Association’s (SFWA) Nebula Awards Weekend last weekend is not half as important as how I attended. I attended as a brand new associate member of SFWA. Squee! Or, to put it more
I will be there, hoping to learn as much and meet as many neat people as I did last year.
Memorial Day Weekend. More details here. There may be authorial things happening, possibly. Stay tuned. All the cool kids are going.
Yes, I will be reveling and steeping myself in the pop culture and geekery of the San Diego Comic-Con. I made it there once before, for an hour or two on a family vacation to San Diego. But this will
Nebula Awards Weekend is in Washington, DC on May 21-22, put on by the Science Fiction Writers Association. The SFWA members vote on the best novels and stories from the previous year. See here for more info. I will be skulking