Category Archives: internet stuff
In honor of all the Black Friday shopping I won’t be doing, but hope you will… I give you Hyperbole and a Half (I love her cartoon/blog): Yes, buy books, support authors, support local book shops, support literacy, support your … Continue reading
Two quick things before I carry on with work and the Daily Dog. Yes, I did pick up the word “tesseract” from the book A Wrinkle in Time and not from the film The Avengers. I was six or so … Continue reading
My interview with Seattle Wrote is up! Very nice, if I say so myself!
Spent the past 3 hours combing and cleaning up the website files, hoping to find all the remnants of the hack. I hope I got ’em all. Ugh, what a way to spend a day.
Apparently there is some weirdness going on on my website with search strings about “payday loans” and other garbage showing up on my pages (it also shows up in Google search page previews). This is NOT my content, I didn’t … Continue reading
Hey I’m chattering with Anton Strout on The Once and Future Podcast today! Go, listen, and possibly win books!
I’m really pleased: The Harper Blaine’s Neighborhood walking tour is now up and available for free download at Yodio! You can go to the site and download the tour for your cell phone and take a walk around Seattle’s historic … Continue reading
I was interviewed by Carma Spence of Genre Traveler and the podcast of that interview is now up!
Hey folks, I now have a video stock pile at YouTube, including a reading from Labyrinth by little ol’ me, and there’s fresh and fancy video from Project Paranormal featuring an interview with me as well as segments with Devon … Continue reading
I’m going to be online all day at Bitten By Books (noon to midnight central time). If you drop on by and ask or answer a question or participate you can enter up to 10 times for a chance to … Continue reading
There’s an interview with me up at Amberkatze’s Book Blog today! And you can win stuff! Cool! Meanwhile I’m about half done with the major part of the book, tour, but I’ll be at the Mystery Bookstore in Westwood tomorrow … Continue reading