Some of you will have already seen the cover reveal, but for those who haven’t, here it is!Continue reading “Pharos: Cover Reveal, Playlist, & Paperback Preorder”
Well, this is all pretty terrible, huh?
Since COVID-19 started getting serious, I’ve been sewing masks.
Writing is work, but it’s also a luxury. (Please see Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs before leaving angry comments.) My publisher is still hard at work doing their thing, so Pharos still has a chance of coming out this year, but the making of new words is on hold while I do things that are more important right now.Continue reading “Pandemic! At the Sewing Machine”
I’m stuck at home for a while, and if you’re doing your part for public health, so are you. So I decided to share a road trip game my friends and I have played for as long as I can remember. It’s a song game, so if you know a lot of songs, this is for you.Continue reading “A Game to Play in the Mean Time”
From now on, all book-related story posts will be free for the public on Patreon.
I’m making this change because I don’t want access to book universe stories to be contingent on your ability to pay. I sell plenty of books. I give away books to people who come to me and say they can’t afford them. This is the new extension of that practice.
I was talking to someone the other day about how I write, integrate life into writing, and vice versa, and she basically shamed me for not posting writing advice on my blog. I don’t really have any writing advice; what I do have is habits. Here are some of my habits.Continue reading “Writing Process Notes”
Select works, starting with The Big Book of Post-Collapse Fun, will now be available on itchio. This move comes in response to a conversation about the future of book distribution and encouraging independent options.
To celebrate this new store, The Big Book of Post-Collapse Fun is on sale for just $1.50 US from now until Halloween.
Step One: Get dressed. Be mad at the respectability of your clothing. Get dressed again. Realize you have forgotten how to put the scene uniform together. Give up. Wear jeans and a black shirt. Add a belt for fun. Realize that this was all you ever did when you were young, too.Continue reading “Going To A Punk Show In Your Thirties: A Guide”