Stardate ???????? My absence requires a long and difficult explanation. I only hope the higher-ups at Starfleet will look favorably on my past record. My hope is that I shall not be deemed unfit for duty. Our first sign of trouble was when the communications array on Discovery went dark. We'd just entered a system … Continue reading This Side of Paradise
I posted a quick video (okay, a rambling video - there's a reason I hide in the woods) to my Kickstarter Project page. We're about a week in and already 30% funded! I had no idea what to expect when I threw this out there, but I'm encouraged by and grateful for all the support. … Continue reading Update from ZERO-G LAND! (Not 4G, not 3G, not even 1x Roaming…)
Yep, each eBook in the main series is less than a dollar for a limited time. That's under three bucks for nearly 1400 pages of adventure! There's never been a better opportunity than now to launch into the Crimson Son Universe! Here's a link to the series page on Amazon Tomorrow, Under the Flickering Light … Continue reading Get All Three Crimson Son eBooks for .99 Each!
As you might suspect, Tate's Hell is a bit less damned than our Captain thinks it might be, but I'll have to pick up on Discovery's adventures next weekend - and I've got a seriously good excuse. The next book in the Crimson Son Universe has a cover! I hope to do a reveal next … Continue reading To be continued…
As always, I've been wrestling with how to approach the online side of this author gig. Lately, the eBook market has undergone a fundamental shift. Most of these changes I've been watching approach like a distant train. All of them make me uncomfortable as an individual creative professional trying to make a living. Amazon seems … Continue reading New and Improved! Less Corporate Skimming!
Damn that was bad. Anyway, I was recently asked to write a short story for a science fiction anthology. It had some pretty particular guidelines which focused on near future, near earth events. As part of the project, I started with a timeline - of things which have yet to happen. So I simply gazed into … Continue reading Move over Nostradamus here comes Nostradaruss