Guess what everyone? My talented wife made me new cover images for my short stories! Check these out: Click on any of the images above to go to their Amazon page where you can get them on Kindle.
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After taking WAY longer than it had any right to take, the sequel to The Horrible Plan of Horace Pickle is finally available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle. From the back of the book: Emeril Battles wants to rule the world, but first he must save it – from a hero. Six months
Today I sold the last copy of the 1st edition of The Horrible Plan of Horace Pickle. The publishing contract for the book with Fantastic Journeys Publishing has come to its conclusion, and I’ve decided to not renew it. What does this mean for the book? For a time, it may become unavailable online while
I have a ton of news to share with you all, but instead of writing one big post I’ll be doing a few over the coming week. This first post, you may have guessed, is about the podcast and Patreon! Part of the difficulty with the podcast has been finding sponsors. At the moment, the
Releasing today is “42 and Beyond” an anthology of science fiction stories inspired by Douglas Adams. My story, Lucky’s Books, appears in the second volume (out of four) in the series. You can get it on Amazon.
The audiobook of The Horrible Plan of Horace Pickle has been available since May and I’m embarrassed that I never announced it! Also, at the beginning of August, an anthology titled Realm of Magic was published. It contains my story Edna, Grace, and Alan, a story of three witches who have a bit of a…
Sadly, I just received word that the audio book of The Horrible Plan of Horace Pickle won’t be release for about another two weeks. I’m not 100% what the mix up was with the date originally being set at the 23rd, but, so it goes. The important thing is that it is happening. It’s just
Yay, new podcast! It’s, technically, a day late. That’s still an improvement, I’d like to point out. Five episodes in and I’m still getting my process nailed down. Episode 4 had a drop in recording quality, I feel, but I tried to bump it back up with this episode. I definitely had fun reading these
Sometimes in life you come across things that are completely outside anything your own culture has to offer. Sometimes the experience is bad, but other times it’s very, very good. I hope this is one of those times for you. I first came across morin khuur, the mongolian horsehead fiddle, a few years ago. Since
If you’ve listened to my other Music Monday posts, you probably know already that I’m a fan of dubchestral music. Recently I stumbled across Hidden Citizen, whose album Revivals takes 5 classical Beethoven compositions and reworks them into short, but awesome, dubchestral masterpieces. All 5 can be heard on youTube, but if you enjoy them