This one is a howler.
Writers often roll their eyes at the decisions of their publishers that just don’t seem to make any sense. But I’ve found an instance at that intersection of movies and music that makes it clear those publishers aren’t alone. If you’ve heard the trailer to the movie Like Crazy, you may have been as captivated […]
How do you like the new banner? The image is based on original artwork by Glenn Chadbourne, depicting me as Jack Torrance in Stephen King’s The Shining. It isn’t perfect. I’m hoping the WordPress theme I use can be customized to allow for the artwork in its original form, as opposed to the stretched version I’m using […]
Hope you like the new website design. Eventually, I’d like to add a more flashy header, but I like the way I can better display my available books with this format. The more flashy header will come sooner or later. Not to mention that the really cool Amazon carousel didn’t fit the old theme.
There’s something wrong about a magazine having its Table of Contents on page 38 and what’s more, it not being a complete table but rather one that just lists the feature stories. If you want a listing of the columns — and yes, it was a column I was looking for in Vanity Fair — you […]
I woke up at 2:59 this morning to a loud crash. I thought sure someone was in the house but my search (wielding, of course, a fearsome steak knife) turned up nothing. Some detective work after I got up concluded that it must have been snow avalanching off the back roof onto the bulkhead. But I can’t […]
Take advantage of the free stories being posted by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch regularly on their websites. (See the permanent links to their websites on the sidebar.) Also by Steve and Chris York at http://www.tsunamiridge.com/
Now that I finallyhave this blog integrated into this website (as opposed to providing a link to a WordPress site) I expect to be posting a lot more regularly. Sorry for the delays. I’m sure many of you turned blue while holding your breath waiting for me, but I ran into a lot more technical difficulties than I expected. […]