Okay, okay, we’ve gotten a little heavy in the past couple of posts. While I stand by all that, it’s time to lighten things up before I totally hole up in my feelings somewhere…After the past couple of weeks, I definitely need to remember some lighter stuff. So early in July, I broke down and … More Kickstart my Nightmare: Cooper & Crue
Admittedly I’ve felt at a crossroads lately. There’s been a lot of change going on. All of it has been necessary, not all of it has been easy, and it’s obviously brought about a lot of reflection and reminiscing. A few posts back I talked about my participation in the cult of libraries, which definitely … More Music and Me
It’s not often you get to actually interact or interview one of your inspirations, but I’m incredibly excited to have this opportunity tomorrow (Wednesday, July 9). Join us 9PM EST on The Star Chamber Show when we put G Tom Mac in the hot seat and ask him about his songwriting, his … More G Tom Mac on The Star Chamber Show!
For those who happened to miss it, or for those who got weirded out by the technical difficulties in the middle of the show, the first episode of The Star Chamber Show is available to stream or download! The illustrious Stephen Zimmer has edited the glitches out to a smooth, 42-minute version, for your listening … More The Star Chamber Show!
So, so, SO excited! There’s a great article up about SH Roddey and I at Fandomfest (you can find our panel schedules there!). It also covers the release of Lost in the Shadows, so you should totally check it out (and then by a copy, because you’ll never get all its goodness from snippets and … More Lost in the Shadows gets an article on examiner.com!
Since S.H. Roddey was an overachiever and posted an excerpt from our latest endeavor last week, I decided it was time for me to post one of my own. Granted, some things have shown up on my blog before as writing prompts, other things are from free reads or blog challenges on other places. This … More Lost in the Shadows: Excerpt: Ideas Abound
Strangely, I never set out to be particularly cynical when writing The Other Man. I believe in love and relationships, although I’ll admit I also believe that the real-world version is often more work and very different than what we read or see in movies. I’m the type of person who’s more inclined to not get … More Thoughts Behind The Other Man
Amazon All Andrew wanted was the typical American dream: a good career, a nice house, and a loving family. Instead, he has a dead-end job, a cramped apartment, and children who remind him of creatures out of a sci-fi movie. He’s also well aware that he’s not the only man who inhabits his wife’s … More Available Now and Back Again! The Other Man
It’s Blitz Day Again! Join me as my contemporary drama title, The Other Man, goes on mini-tour today! Amazingly enough, there are times when I’ve writen more literary stories, and this is one of them. That’s right, not everything with me has to be dark and creepy, or involve blood, fairies, vampires, zombies, demonic Christmas … More Blitz Day! The Other Man
So I wanted to point your attention to some fun stuff I’ve been part of lately! First, for all the writers out there – are you a plotter or a pantser? Do you prefer to detail out every point of your story or do you think of a basic concept and totally wing it? I’m … More Stuff Around the Web!