Tag Archives: Announcement
I am quite excited that Tantor Media (Tantor freaking media!) has recorded this audiobook of Junction. “When Japanese nature show host Daisuke Matsumori finds himself on an alien world, he hopes to rekindle his passion for his work. Traveling through … Continue reading
J.D. Moyer, author of Sky Woman, was kind enough to interview me for his Word Craft series. Here’s the interview, we talk about The Balkan Tower of Matriarchy, revisions, and my work space. Check it out 🙂
I have a process essay about writing and cancer up on the Apex Magazine site. It’s rather serious.
Junction is out! You can buy it at Amazon, Barnes and Nobel, and everywhere else in the Anglosphere. Soon, we shall invade the other spheres, as well. 240 pages, ~90,000 words, first line: Daisuke Matsumori faked a smile and held out … Continue reading
My publisher, Flame Tree, did an interview with me, which they released yesterday. Click here to read about Junction, its underlying themes, my process, how I made the monsters, and what was going on in my real life at the … Continue reading
Merry Third Day of Junction! And Merry Second Interview for the 12+3 show on Bulgarian National Radio (here’s the first). I recorded this interview at the end of December, getting ready for the big book launch of Junction. Here is … Continue reading
On the first day of Junction… It’s only a week until Junction’s launch on the 10th, and in celebration, here’s an essay I wrote about writing it. It’s my first magazine publication, which means they paid me. 😉 The editor said … Continue reading
Just in time for the boredom of the vacation (ugh, right?) The Centuries Unlimited is a noir time travel/family saga with flying gangsters and hope. Date: Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 Length: 109,000 words, 29 chapters First line: “She came into my life … Continue reading
The alpha version of it, anyway. I’m going to tie off a few loose ends this week, then send it to my agent and to you! Yes, if you want to be a alpha reader, let me know. It’s a noir … Continue reading
Junction is live on netgalley! If you want to read my book a little early (and for free), why not pop over there and ask?