Post Turkey Coma

Holy cow. First, my stomach hates me, so yeah, MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. =) If you're dropping by here from the U.S., I hope you and yours had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday. Today, after some errands and avoiding any and all shopper-filled locations, I foresee multiple naps. Perhaps some leftovers … Continue reading

The Author’s Morning

Vancouver, WA Interior – Day The author sits alone in his hotel room, tapping away on a laptop. Outside, the faint hum of I-5 traffic provides the soundtrack of progress. The coffee to his left tastes like it someone filtered it through two-day-old campfire ashes. He’s disappointed. He … Continue reading

The Launch of Rebel Wing

My friend Tracy Banghart is releasing her novel REBEL WING, which sounds amazing, and she stopped by for a few words. I'll just let her take it from here! (And don't forget to sign up for the $25 Amazon Gift Card giveaway down there at the bottom. Plenty of easy ways to … Continue reading


One of the highlights of a writing career, aside from interacting with amazing fans and seeing how you affect readers with your words, which really is the best part, is recognition. It’s nearly impossible to say authors aren’t motivated by having people say, “Ya did good, kid.” We tell … Continue reading

Sometimes I Find Time to Breathe, Too

So much going on around here these days that I often forget to keep the blog visitors updated. You know what I realized the other day? I’ve written more books than I’ve read in the past six months. Jason Gurley’s Eleanor, Michael Bunker and Kevin Summers’ Legendarium, and Andy Weir’s … Continue reading