It’s Monday, and I’ve forgotten I’m supposed to write every day and instead jumped in feet first on a purse sewing project, purchasing material and other notions to make said purse. It is noon. I have eaten breakfast. I have eaten lunch. Dinner is in the oven. But I suppose my priorities have been a […]Read More A Case of the Mondays
Jordan moved through the cafeteria line, sliding his tray along the smooth synthetic surface, only slowing as the android on the other side of the serving bar scooped him a mass of brownish gray that landed with a slick “plop” on his tray. He frowned as he looked at it. “What is this sh!t?” he […]Read More Jordan… A Mars Story
Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.Read More Is this what grief does to you?
My book, Martian Goods and Other Stories, makes it’s official debut in ebook today and in paperback on Monday. For those of you interested in purchasing an ebook, just hop over to http://www.skyrocketpress.com and grab your copy. Meanwhile, here’s a little vignette that didn’t make the cut for the book I thought you might enjoy. […]Read More Martian Goods – ready for take-off!
There’s a morning fog Tinged with red Signs of life On a planet once dead.Read More Martian Goods
You might look at the logs from a year ago and come to the same conclusion I did then: She could be a cold-hearted bitch.
Still. . .a cold hearted bitch is better company than an empty starship.Read More Martian Goods (an exceprt from the anthology)
All writers should support small press. Here’s your chance. (This is the mobioe version).Or link directly from the site: http://www.skyrocketpress.com Go like this page! https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=426541787488421 ThanksRead More Support the underdog!
I found a copy of Sam’s vows to me when I was going through my manuscripts for Mars. I don’t believe it was a coincidence. I believe his hand was in that. Here are his vows: I, Sam, want you, Noelle To be my wife, To have and to hold From this day forward; For […]Read More I promise (my new dedication page in the Mars Anthology)
This morning I listened to a interview of the author of “The Lost Sisterhood” (see video below) and I thought to myself “*I* have a story about Amazons!” and I got a little depressed thinking I will never get it done and published because I can’t afford to be a starving writer (or my family […]Read More The wanabe novelist blues
Now that we are officially into NANOWRIMO, there is a great article about what expectations publishers have for covers and cover artists HERE. And don’t forget the blog from a few weeks ago HERE. Covers are no less important for self publishers. Get a great illustration for your ebook HERE or check out Kickstarter.com — […]Read More Cover Art–What to Ask/Expect for Your Cover