Monthly Archives: August 2011

New Cover Art Sneak Peek!

Here it is.  The first sneak peek at the cover art for Any Tomorrow: The Curse, the second eBook in the Any Tomorrow Trilogy.  Let me know what you think!  

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Read Any Tomorrow: The Calling for free!

What a deal!  All I ask is that you provide feedback about what you liked and didn’t like about it.  That’s it!  Just leave a comment stating that you’re willing to review my eBook and I’ll email you a coupon … Continue reading

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An Immutable Bond: A Veteran’s Tale in Three Acts

As many of my readers know, I am a veteran.  I served for twenty years in the United States Air Force.  I don’t make a big deal out of it.  I don’t have regular contact with other veterans.  I don’t … Continue reading

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Downriver on the Cat

I’ve said before that inspiration is where you find it.  Inspiration can even be found in adventures provided for a nearly four year old.  All you have to do is keep your senses open to the world around you. Two … Continue reading

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Revising the Product Description

Thanks to my friends at eFiction Magazine’s Book Marketing Group, I’ve transformed my long, unfocused product description (here) into a more dynamic pitch for my eBook, Any Tomorrow: The Calling.  Advice from eFiction editor Doug Lance and group member Richard … Continue reading

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The Coming Storm

[Note to the reader: As of post time Tropical Storm Emily is no more.  However, since I already had the post written I decided to go with it.] Depending where and when you are when you read this, Tropical Storm … Continue reading

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Embracing the Darkness

He cried in a whisper at some image, at some vision–he cried out twice, a cry that was no more than a breath: `The horror! The horror!’  (Joseph Conrad, The Heart of Darkness, via Link) My wife will not read … Continue reading

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