Monthly Archives: February 2016

Writer/Editor Process

I was exchanging replies to a post on Facebook with a reader and he asked about my editing process, because I am currently struggling with a tough revision. I have been tearing chunks out and rewriting to a tight deadline … Continue reading

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Kickstart Upside Down

The Kickstarter for Upside Down: Inverted Tropes in Storytelling is finally live! Hurray! Look at that great list of authors, editors, artists, and essayists shaking up the clichés and tropes of genre fiction–including one by me! Go, make it happen!

Posted in anthologies, Cool writerly people, kickstarter, other people's books, short stories, Uncategorized

TV Maybe

This morning I was told that the TV option my agents at Cooke and APA have been working on is finally official. As of last night, The Greywalker novels have been optioned for development of a Greywalker TV series. That … Continue reading

Posted in blatant self-promotion, Greywalker, important stuff, squee, Stuff about the book(s), TV | 9 Comments

ARGH! Too Narrow!

Yesterday, I found a blog post in my feed titled “Only 40 Self-Published Authors are a Success, says Amazon.” I decry this headline (not the author, who’s clearly thinking about this a lot), because it focusses on a really narrow … Continue reading

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