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At the Door of December

It’s that time of year again…already. I’ve no idea where 2017 went, but it’s interesting to look back for a second and contemplate.

Last year this time I hoped to self publish one of the adventures in 2017. 258 more words

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Thoughts on Reading Through My Novel’s Third Draft

In truth, the title to this post should actually be as follows:

“Thoughts on Reading Through My Novel’s Third Draft and Completing My Fourth Draft at More or Less the Same Time”. 1,166 more words


Battling Through a Cold - Working on A TOC

After I got back from Atlanta a week ago I developed a bad cold. It lingers still. I want to get a book proposal (internal link) done by January 2d and I fear I may not make it. 143 more words

Accomplishments - A Matter of Perspective

I have accomplished mountains of laundry and grading today. You were maybe thinking I had completed writing the outline for my second book, Dream Keepers… 1,051 more words


December Edition of Tolliver Tales

In this edition we share a secret about the next Zack Tolliver, FBI novel; share an experience night racing in the desert, and introduce our new author site.

Tolliver Tales December 2017

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Let's Get Them In The Right Order

The Monty Python’s Matching Tie and Handkerchief has long been a favorite record of mine. Side two was unusual in that it had two record tracks or grooves paralleling each other. 665 more words

The Horror! The Horror! The Craft of Writing Dark Fiction

Calling all Tucson-area writers and devotees of the scary and macabre! Come out and hear me, Phil Ivory, deliver a special free lecture at 2:30 on December 9, 2017 at the Himmel Park Library here in Tucson.

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