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The phoenix has landed! Tinder Stricken now on sale

Launch day has come and gone. Which means that my Nepal-inspired story full of phoenixes, magic and other surprises can be purchased and read by you — yes, … 59 more words

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Tinder Stricken cover reveal

Right now, I’m busy with pre-release work for Tinder Stricken. Racing to the finish is pretty much always how I do things. But hey, before I dive back in, let me show you… 203 more words

Publishing Business

Want to be a published author? Take a business course or two first...

It seems that, for a lot of new writers, becoming published is the end game. I remember when I was still lost in the dream that publishing a book will mean that I am an official “author” and that perhaps I could make a living off of my writing. 475 more words


On comics and graphic novels: an interview with Bruce Mutard

Ever since I was a Tintin-devouring child, I’ve loved comics and graphic novels, so it’s a great pleasure today to be featuring a really interesting interview I did recently with… 4,587 more words

Arabic Literature in Translation Faces 'Racial Profiling and Bias'

A March 24 conversation on contemporary Arabic fiction — between short-story writers Hassan Blasim and Hisham Bustani, editors Jennifer Acker and John Siciliano, scholar Mohamed El Sawi Hassan, and publisher Michel Moushabeck — is now online: 846 more words


New book and review. Chaos Is Come Again by John Dolan and Fiona Quinn.

Hi all:

As you know on Fridays I bring you new books. This one I’d had on my list to share for a while, but I was determined to read it and include the review in the post too. 615 more words


Guest post about Jules Verne's Mikhail Strogoff, on Great Raven blog

I have a guest post on fellow author Sue Bursztynski’s Great Raven blog, about the impact on me of Jules Verne’s Mikhail Strogoff, and about being involved in bringing it back to English-speaking readers. 190 more words

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