October was a little more eventful than I expected. Two sales, and about 20000 words written on my sequel to The Muse, tentatively titled, The Seer, which I will finish in November. I heard that. Stop laughing! I will finish it! Or die trying! The two story sales are “Promises,” a superhero romance scheduled to… Read More Scribbler’s Scoreboard, Oct ’10
When Josie naps, she naps hard. She’s found a cozy spot in our laundry basket, which won’t fit her much longer. I’ve also noticed a haunting resemblance to a certain famous canine. Coincidence? I think not!
“Here is a boy with five small barley loaves and two small fish, but how far will they go among so many?” One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish, looking like it’s far too few fish… If you’re one of those folks who sits in the back pew at church and texts during the… Read More I Found a Cool Story the Other Day, #14
Burning the Midnight Oil at Both Ends of the Candle: One week to go on my last work trip of the year. I am very, very tired of being away from my family, and manning the night shift doesn’t help my frame of mind. On the plus side, I’ve had quiet time to write, and… Read More What’s Going On, 10/25/2010
In the seedy lobby of an old hotel in the Sierra Madre, an American journalist finds the legendary Caballo Blanco, and it will change his life forever. No, this isn’t a tale of the old west, a spy thriller, or an advertisement for Mexican distilled spirits. It’s not fiction, genre or otherwise, though many of the… Read More Book Review: Born to Run, by Christopher McDougall