Monthly Archives: February 2011

New Reviews, and Vacation From the Day Job…

…doesn’t mean vacation from work. I think I will be able to finish the novella that I wrote about in my last post this week. Aside from that, I have a bunch of other things to do in general. So it’s a vacation on paper only. Still, it’s much-needed.

All right, now to go along with Sheri White’s positive review of Alice on the Shelf, we have two more positive reviews. One is by Don D’Ammassa and the other is by Trevor Nordgren for Dark Discoveries. There has also been so kind words on a few message board scattered around the internet. Thanks to those who have shown Alice… some love and, please, keep the good word-of-mouth going.

And while I have you here, I wanted to gently remind you that Shadowed is due to be published in a few weeks by Delirium Books. This is a very different kind of story than Alice on the Shelf but I like the story quite a bit. Hopefully, you will, too. Click here to pre-order a copy while there are still some to order.

That’s it for now. Thanks for the continued support!

The Time, How It Flies!

Man, I’m tired. Slept 12 hours the other day. I began a class last week. The day job has been hectic. There’s been more snow than there’s any right to be. And I’m tired. But you’re not here to listen to me kvetch, are you?

Of course not.

What you want to know is about what’s happening right now. Well, luckily, that’s what I’m here for, too. I want to thank those who ordered Alice on the Shelf and pre-ordered Shadowed. According to this post, both are bestsellers at Horror Mall. Still, I think we can do better. So if you’ve already ordered, recommend the books to friends who might like horror/dark fantasy books. If you haven’t ordered them yet, what are you waiting for?

Now that I’m done hawking my goods, let’s talk a bit, you ‘n me. I didn’t work my ass off on this website to only sell my writing but to also have a place to communicate to readers and other people who are interested, so that’s what I’m planning on doing Read the rest of this entry

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