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Remembering my childhood and how Cyclone Tracy shaped it.

I will state here and now I was not in cyclone Tracy. I wasn’t even born when it hit. I was born in Darwin two years later and have strong memories of growing up in a town, in an environment, that was slowly recovering from that horrific event. 2,160 more words

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A Finished Second Draft

I reached my goal for my post-apocalyptic novel—a completed second draft by the end of the year. I try to set attainable goals for myself, both long-term and short-term in my writing, and completing this revision was a long term goal that I established during the first half of the year. 204 more words

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Wednesday Words of Wisdom: Neil Gaiman

I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Stardust is a book written by Neil Gaiman. I knew of Stardust as a movie before I knew it as a book, so reading an introductory sample of… 799 more words

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Writer Wednesday

Last title of the year is up! S.K.Y.B.A.N.D #14 is out on DriveThruComics. Now one more chapter to go, and then I can issue the whole story as a single, printed book, that will also be available somewhere else. 318 more words

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Whether it’s Christmas or my birthday, my favorite gift to receive is an Amazon gift card. Why, you ask? (Okay, maybe you really don’t care but I’m going to tell you anyway). 186 more words

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My dealings with Independent Publishers.

Please note, this blog post is not about any specific independent publisher, merely based on my personal experience with them as a whole. The good, the bad and the ugly. 1,838 more words

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Ages of Protagonists

I realized that I have a wide range of age between my protagonists in my two novels. In Evil Lives After, the main three friends are retired gentlemen of 68-70 years of age. 248 more words

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