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Okay, here is what I need your help with...

I need to start a new blog to showcase my books. The thing is that I am a computer moron. I could probably figure out how to start a new WordPress blog, but that isn’t going to cut it. 399 more words


Radioactive Cows and Operation Haylift

I’ve added two new posts to NevadaAg.com (external link). One post describes the experimental dairy farm at the Nevada Test Site in Nye County. The other details Operation Haylift, which saw the United State’s Air Force dropping tons of alfalfa to snow stranded cattle in 1949. 111 more words

COMMENCES in review!

I can’t believe I’ve reached this point!  It’s taken over twenty years to turn COMMENCES into a novel that is actually readable!  Now in review on my Kindle Bookshelf, it’ll be out by the end of the week.  I’m REELING with joy!

Getting Published

I got my first rejection letter from a literary agent... and I couldn't be happier!!!

Because that means I am actively involved in sending my stuff to literary agents. The thing is… and this is a thing you should already know about me… but I am all-art-side-of-the-brain… which means that I can come up with endless ideas of things to write about… children’s books, science fiction, songs, poems, short stories, etc. 96 more words


Faces Of Janus: 100% 5 star!

Reader Reviews

With Janus Challenge straining at the release leash as March approaches, I’m starting to gather 5-star reviews for Faces of Janus (the first in my Janus Paradisi series) 196 more words

Science Fiction

Pros and Cons of Traditional Publishing

When you work with manuscripts, like I do, it’s important to have knowledge of the publishing industry to share with clients. Not only does it help you establish yourself as an expert, but being able to present a ghostwriting or editing client with their viable publishing options also gives you that “extra mile” reputation that will earn you repeat clients and referrals. 1,869 more words


Guest Post on Tracking Writing Submissions

Today I have a guest post on author Edie Jarolim‘s blog. Edie and I corresponded a few months ago when she pitched me a post about crowdfunding. 98 more words