I belong to a group of writers who all had our debut novels (traditionally) published in 2019. NONE of us… Read more Why “Waiting to see it complete” kills careers
I mean, not really–except, kind of. I’m currently in the middle of teaching Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice to my… Read more I am Mr. Darcy
My debut, The Widening Gyre, was released in 2019. In the first two quarters of the book’s life, I sold… Read more The Pandemic’s Effect on (my) Book Sales
Once, there was a writer who’d completed his first novel. It was decent. It was ready to go out, or… Read more Why Backups are Important
I came across an announcement that Star Trek: Picard had been renewed for a season 2 already. Attached to that… Read more Star Trek and the Echo Chamber of ‘fandom.’
It’s no secret that I’m a huge Star Wars fan. I watch the movies and the shows, I read the… Read more Rise of Skywalker: What I Liked/What I Didn’t Like
When self-checkout registers first showed up, I thought “This is amazing; I can check out without annoying small talk about… Read more Rant: Self-Checkout Machines and Why I Hate Them
Today I’m presenting an interview with my fellow Debut 19 author Reese Hogan. Her novel, Shrouded Loyalties, comes out August… Read more Author Interview: Reese Hogan
Today’s my birthday, and I decided that if I couldn’t get the local bookstores in my area to stock my… Read more My First Drop-in Bookstore Signing!
When I first heard people bitching about GoT episode 5, “The Bells,” I wasn’t terribly bothered. I hadn’t seen the… Read more Some Thoughts on Game of Thrones S8E5: ‘Ware Spoilers!