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The Next Big Thing: Zombie-saurus Rex

Posted on August 17, 2012 by in Uncategorized | No Comments

I’ve been very bad. I was tagged by the very talented David M. Brown, author of the Elenchera Chronicles series, to make make the a post for The Next Big Thing, where authors answer questions about their next book underway. I was supposed to post on Wednesday. Things got hectic, and here it is Friday. Better late than never. What is [...]

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Robyn’s Egg Contest Time

Posted on July 2, 2012 by in Robyn's Egg | 1 Comment

As part of the promotion for my new novel, Robyn’s Egg – A Futuristic Thriller, I will be giving away free Kindle copies of the novel, and stylish Robyn’s Egg tee-shirts.   In the world of Robyn’s Egg, people are bombarded with a constant stream of advertising, and have become, in essence, human billboards. Ironically, I am looking [...]

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Robyn’s Egg Debuts Soon – A Cross Promotional Opportunity

Posted on May 10, 2012 by in General | 1 Comment

I am a couple weeks from releasing my debut novel, Robyn’s Egg, an Orwellian thriller set in a dystopian future. It’s about a couple trying to attain a baby in a time where, because of biological warfare, all babies have to be cloned and purchased. Moyer Winfield doubts he will make a good father. His wife Robyn, however, is frantic [...]

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Home of the FREE? Not at Amazon

Posted on January 19, 2012 by in Uncategorized | 7 Comments

I have engaged in a campaign to get my work read by as many readers as I can. Key to my plan is offering a half dozen of my short stories free of charge. I plan to release a novel this spring and an anthology of short stories this fall, and would like to build a fan base before then. It is amazing how big an impediment even $0.99 can be to [...]

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A Small Pet Peeve: Crumble -vs- Crumple

Posted on October 11, 2011 by in Grammar | 3 Comments

I’m not much of a grammar curmudgeon, but I’m seeing this more often in pieces I read and it’s starting to bother me; the interchangeable use of the words crumble and crumple. Though both words denote a physical collapse and sound similar, they are not the same. Crumble denotes brittleness and disintegration by breaking into [...]

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