Monthly Archives: February 2015

One and Done, redux.

This time, it’s The Cryman. Finished the first revision yesterday and, yep, I do believe this is the scariest thing I’ve ever written. If it ain’t, it’s in the top 3. Here’s the first chapter. At least, until the next revision: … Continue reading

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Farpoint. Far out.

Never attended a Farpoint convention before and, heck, they were just up the road apiece in Timonium, MD, so Tj O’Connor and I took ourselves up there to see what was to see. This, of course: it being winter and Maryland … Continue reading

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The 50-page Rule

I am about halfway through Elizabeth Baxter’s Everwinter, Book 1. I should already be done with it, but I violated the 50-page rule early on. What’s this rule, you ask? It’s a personal one: when I pick up a book, I … Continue reading

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