😜 Stir Crazy Stories: Seeing Forever 🤪

We past five weeks of staying home here this week and 2020 is not at all the year any of us thought it would be. I’ve got a lot to be grateful for. I have plenty of work to do and can get into the forest with the dogs, but boy is strange. This far in, I’m able to read fiction again and have been enjoying one of Jim Butcher’s Desden Files books. Very entertaining. …

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😜 Stir Crazy Stories: Meteor Attack! 🤪

Coronavirus. Worldwide pandemic. COVID-19. It’s everywhere and lots of folks are doing what they can to help out. I’m doing my part. Staying isolated (not that hard for an introvert that works from home), keeping up on the news, keeping busy with the day job as the company I work for tries to adapt to these circumstances, but it doesn’t feel like enough. Not being in the healthcare field, it feels like I can’t do …

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The Blood of Carterville

It’s release day! The Blood of Carterville is out today and I am so excited. I know, we are in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic and things are crazy out there, but I think of this as me doing my part. I’m not a medical professional or part of the many professionals directly needed right now, I am a writer. And I do believe entertainment is vitally important. We all need to escape. The …

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A Long Hard Fall

If you haven’t heard about this series yet, Walter Anchor is a ghost detective. He’s from the same graveyard as JJ Lynch and the ghosts in Shuffled Off and the rest of the books in that series. In fact, he and his sidekick Emily have a cameo in the 2nd book in that series, Of Things Not Seen. I love these stories. Walter was a struggling actor, and then a dentist, and now he’s a …

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Off Book

Okay, so I’m bit of a romantic (okay, okay, a big-ole romantic) and I love certain types of superhero stories. Most of the time, those that are on the fun side of the spectrum. So my series Neutrinoman and Lightningirl: A Love Story is not really a big surprise. The first episode, Meteor Attack! came out in 2012, and Protocol X in 2014. The idea for the big whopping epic story came to me early …

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Creatures Featured

Creatures Featured Starting in 2016, I’ve been releasing a short story collection every other year. I haven’t exactly been planing it, it’s just turned out that way. 2020 starts with a collection of my stories, and the theme this time is creatures. There’s a few stories from my other collections, some more from the anthologies I’ve contributed to, and a bunch of never-before-seen stories. I’m very proud of these stories and they run the gamut …

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The Ghost Bride’s Gift

2020 is going to have a couple of stars when it comes to my writing. Walter Anchor is one. He’s a ghost trying to solve his own murder, his stories based in the same graveyard as the A Ghost’s Memoir series. Hist first case, “Detecting Haley” was part of my first short story collection, Life After, and last year it was released stand-alone. (It’s also free to my newsletter subscribers, so sign up if you …

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2019: The Year in Stories

2019 was a hell of a year for me as a writer. Books released. Short stories sold. Lots of new stuff written, and lots of things learned. Seems like I should have something awesome and reflective to say about this, but about all I can come up with is, wow! I hit the 10-year mark on writing and maybe that did it, plus all the crazed persistence is paying off. Maybe I got lucky. Maybe …

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A Fun Way to Start the Year

Pretty exciting stuff to start out 2020 on the short story front. Two of my stories made the Tangent Online 2019 Recommended Reading list!! “The Disappearing Neighborhood” and “Daisy’s Heart” both from Pulphouse Fiction Magazine made this list. I’m floored. Really. These are my first pro sales so it’s amazing to see them here. You can view the entire list over on TangetOnline.com. Plus, a host of my short stories will be published in 2020. …

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With Light Years Between Us

Excuse me for a moment while I go all sci-fi on you. Only for a moment, I promise. If you hop on a space ship and travel fast, I mean really fast, as in approaching light speed, you will experience time very differently than someone on Earth. Specifically less time will pas for you than for the person on Earth. This gets into Eisenstein’s theory of special relativity if you want to go all google …

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