We’ve left the mysterious streets and cobblestone lanes of Providence behind for the pleasant weather out on Cape Cod. We’re actually on the Plymouth side of the Cape Cod Canal. One heavily backed up bridge away from the cape itself…. Read More ›
Author News – Project(s) Update
Over these past many months it must look like I’ve been up to, well, nothing much. Things probably appear pretty dead here at the site and on my new release notices.
I’ve backed off promoting my backlist. My last series, I made the tough decision to prematurely end. That hit the shelves way back in 2019. October 2021 was my most recent short story sale…
I mean, I could understand why somebody might think I’ve stopped slinging ink for good…
A Woeful Abomination
We resolved to continue our journey for we could think of no better backdrop for our grim destination. Our first stop, a cemetery where we would view the final resting place of the master of cosmic horror and dread, Howard Phillips Lovecraft…
News from the Rhode
Come on, we all love puns. Write? Okay, apologies for that one… Transitioning back into nomad mode hasn’t been as rough as I worried it might be. I’ll be the first to admit I was uncertain. COVID really altered the… Read More ›
Spring? In the White Mountains?
In my last post, I mentioned preparing to get our nomad life up and running once again. Well, last weekend we completed the move out of our colonial sanctuary and are finally back in our primary residence, the wheeled adventure lodge known as Discovery.
Ready to Hit the Trails…
If you recall, us southerners purchased a property up north. Far north. About as far as you can go before we have to change citizenship.
As the timing would have it, we ended up spending the winter here too. Lots of cozy days and nights spent by the wood stove. Even a brief dip down to wind chills of -27…
Quick Thriller Update
Thriller Book two -was- done. Revisions are a bit messier than anticipated. Not reanimated corpse messy, but, still…
The AI Revolution Begins and Ends with You
The coming wave of AI creators has the creative community on edge. Artists, writers, and performers are understandably worried our robot overlords will subvert the creative process, take human jobs, and generally make artists’ lives miserable. What’s really happening though… Read More ›
Breaking the Links
But what these broken links remind me of is that every part of life is a journey. We’re always being asked to pick a direction. And sometimes those decisions require a clean break from the past…
Long Silence but Never Quiet
Long silence here but never truly quiet. Always the keys go clack clack clack. A common writer’s mantra – best thing you can be doing is writing the next book. The next story. The next script. The next poem. Whatever… Read More ›