It is the day we have all been waiting for! Cirsova’s Summer Special is LIVE right now! My novelette, “Halcyon,” is the cover story and I cannot wait to hear your thoughts on it. Head on over to Amazon or Barnes & Noble to pick up your copy today! And if the cover art for this issue has impressed … Continue reading Bulletin: Cirsova’s Summer Special – Out NOW!
Cirsova’s Summer Special is up for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes and Noble right now, readers. If you want to order your copy of the Special ahead of the release date, check out the post here for more details. You can also find merchandise with the fabulous cover art for the Summer Special here. If … Continue reading Bulletin: Cirsova Summer Special Available for Pre-Order!
This is the cover for Cirsova’s Summer Special, readers: No, your eyes are not deceiving you. My novelette “Halcyon” is the cover story for this special issue of Cirsova Magazine! It also inspired this glorious artwork (I am still in awe of this beautiful cover!). To be granted this privilege is a humbling honor. Once … Continue reading Bulletin: Cover Reveal
Early last year I looked up the Japanese wolf, due in part to my curiosity about the mechanical wolves depicted in the various animated Zoids series. The information this author discovered remains available here, as does her open hope to find out more about the Japanese interest in lions. Not only did Zoids include mechs … Continue reading The Lion Guardians of Okinawa
Today I leave you with this intriguing article by Belinda Pollard, of Small Blue Dog Publishing: Writers and Editors, try THIS to Get More Done BY BELINDA POLLARD Have you heard of the psychological concept of Decision Fatigue? That we get to the point where we can’t make any more decisions? This article is about a simple … Continue reading Reposted: Writers and Editors, try THIS to Get More Done
I can’t remember when, exactly, I first saw Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda, but the show had a big impact on me. While it had some deficits in the writing department, it was still a memorable, entertaining science fiction romp. It ended roughly fourteen years ago, however, and this author almost forgot the show entirely as a … Continue reading Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda
Here is a thought-provoking post from author Christopher Lansdown's website: Dysfunctional Families in Murder Mysteries I was recently watching the Murder, She Wroteepisode It’s a Dog’s Life with my eldest son and it occurred to just how much dysfunctional wealthy families are a staple of murder mysteries. It’s not the wealthy part that’s at all surprising—it’s well known … Continue reading Reposted: Dysfunctional Families in Murder Mysteries