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A Plug of One’s Own

While slurping my morning coffee, to my utter astonishment, I opened an email from Amazon asking me to give 1-5 stars for a list of books which somehow included both of my own. They’re kidding, right? Taking the bait, I … Continue reading

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Sue Grafton: H is for Hubris

The indie-published crowd is in a deservedly righteous dither after Sue Grafton and John Green tossed the lot of us into the “isolated” and “lazy” slush heap of artists. This author will not even validate their positions with a rebuttal. … Continue reading

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The Baby Is Born and It’s in the Nursery

The high hopes for a consistent blog were derailed in November but, alas, what I was building up to has come to fruition. After twelve years away from publishing, my new novel is about to be released. The Offshore Triumphs … Continue reading

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