Apr 232014

Just a tee-heeĀ  moment.

As I’m working on the new look for West of Mars, I’m doing some surfing and checking outĀ  my own books at the various retailers. I was in the Kobo store when I noticed that Trevor’s Song is listed as both fiction and non-fiction, at least in terms of in-store rankings (and that it’s ranked higher in non-fiction).

It’s a flattering thing, really, that people think Trevor Wolff is a real character. After all, as a writer, that’s my aim: to create characters who live and breathe.

Somehow, though, I never meant it to be taken quite like this.


Apr 212014
Featured New Book: Soldier in her Lap by Haley Whitehall

Ask and my readers come through! Of course, as always, there are openings… the calendar isn’t full quite yet, so if you’ve got a new release, stop on in for your chance in the spotlight. Today, we’ve got Haley Whitehall, who’s written a historical romance set in one of my favorite time periods (yes, I’m [...]

Apr 172014

One in an occasional series I am one of those editors who likes to support my clients even if what they need help with is beyond the range of editing. Because of this, I’ve now started such services as offering help writing book descriptions, a While You Write service where you cough up cash and [...]

Apr 142014
Featured New Book: Blood and Iron by Jon Sprunk

People sometimes ask me what’s the purpose of a writer’s group in today’s world. Why not connect online and be done with it all? Because there’s magic when you can connect in person and realize the person you’ve gotten to know online is so much more interesting in person. Such it is with my buddy [...]