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Second Half Short Story: Abracadabra

I bet waiting for the second half of my short story, Abracadabra hasn’t been quite like waiting for a new series of Game of Thrones, but I hope there’s been a little in the way of anticipation! 1,217 more words


Fiction Southeast

Fiction Southeast published my short story “Down at the Doll Plant” this month. You can read the story here.

Literary Magazine

Ostrich Review

The Ostrich Review published my short story “The Throes of Victory” in their latest issue. You can read the story here.

A big thanks goes out to the… 7 more words

Literary Magazine

Self-Publishing; Instant Gratification or a Whole Lot of Work?

On my lunch hour today I invested some time in researching publishers, agents, and all the intricacies of self-publishing.  It was dang exhausting and I’m nowhere near done.  558 more words


Best-Selling Spooky E-Book Due for Delightful Illustration and Physical Publication - Fishkill, NY, August 5th, 2014

The author of a best-selling e-book for lovers of the macabre plans to begin publication of a hardcopy by the end of July 2014.
James DeSalvo from Fishkill, NY, created Miss Mary Pennynickle’s Tales of Torment for Toddlers about 4 years ago with the intention of entertaining children …

What countries publish the most books (relative to GDP)?

In the process of putting together the numbers for my post on reading the world logarithmically, I noticed that some countries with similar population sizes vary widely in how easy they are to find books for. 1,025 more words