Took a little longer to put these together than I had hoped, but here we are finally. It’s a simple plan. Of course, simple doesn’t doesn’t mean easy. My 2018 writing goals: 1. Write fast, publish slow (or at least, slower) Goal: Write 250,000 publishable words In 2017, I published new fiction every month. A […]
My Writing Journey
At the end of the year, I like to check my ego with a hard dose of reality by comparing the year’s writing goals to my actual output. This exercise helps keep me honest, and frankly I like having a record to look back on in future years. Memory fades over time—this blog is my […]
It’s always an exciting day when I get to share artwork for a new book! Here’s the cover for Boys & Their Monsters, a collection of post-apocalyptic adventures written over the last year and a half. The book is publishing now and will be available sometime next week. I’m putting together some giveaways and other treats […]
Knocking out one thing after another this weekend. It began with a bunch of personal errands yesterday. I reported to jury duty for the first time, picked out a (crappy) new healthcare plan for 2018 (they’re getting so expensive), and took my car to the shop for an oil change and checkup. The Wrangler needs […]
The last few days have given me pause and reason to reflect on the systems I’ve built around my writing business. There’s a constant tug of war between what wants to be done and what needs to be done, and frankly I’ve been dropping the ball on some of it lately. (I’m trying to keep […]
Spent this afternoon getting caught up on publishing tasks. I started by updating my books page. Several stories needed to be added. It filled out pretty nicely. Here’s what it looks like now—everything I’ve published so far in one place! Pretty amazing to see how I’ve accomplished in a few years by focusing on one […]
On the left, a stack of journals, full of words. In the middle, my full length books, one of each. On the right, a wooden puzzle. Looks simple. It’s not.
I’ve got a new story out today! Originally part of a science fiction anthology, Centurion is now available as a standalone ebook (for a mere 99 cents—I’d charge less but they don’t let me.) Here’s a little bit about the story… Centurion New planet, new problems Josu and his father trade up for a second chance […]
Happy Thanksgiving, my friends!
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