Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bubba Goes for Broke

I’m really looking forward to WestSide Books publishing my Young Adult novel Cracking the Ice in June.  But I’ll be electronically publishing another novel, Bubba Goes for Broke, through Pentucket Publishing in the next couple weeks.  A paper version will follow in a few months. To avoid confusion, I’m using the pseudonym David H. Bawdy for Bubba […]

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Sale of a ghost story

I’m delighted to announce that I’ve sold “Automobile Graveyard” to the anthology Ghostology. The story is a personal favorite that came out of a scary situation, after which I asked,”What if?”  I didn’t really want to go there, but the intensity of my own emotions carried into the story.  Or at least I think so. It’s the only story […]

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It’s great to be a writer

I just got back from a terrific writing workshop on the Oregon Coast run by Dean Wesley Smith and Kris Rusch along with visiting editors Denise Little and John Helfers.  I was one of thirty-six professional writers who wrote two stories for prospective anthologies, one in advance and one while there. I never stepped foot on the […]

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