Monthly Archives: February 2016

Covering My Book: I Get the Concept Art

A few weeks ago I hired artist Hans Binder Knott to illustrate the cover of the first book in a series I intend to indie publish later this year (tentative series name: The Calypto Cycle).  Last week he sent the first set of concept drawings.  … Continue reading

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2015 Nebula Nominees (with links)

Wow, where did the time go?  The award season snuck up on me this year, and I likely would have missed the announcement of the 2015 Nebula Award nominees if I hadn’t seen a series of congratulatory emails (not for me, … Continue reading

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What Are You Waiting For?

I’ve met a lot of people who say they that want to write stories. I know most of them will never get around to it for a variety of reasons.  For most of these folks, it won’t matter.  Whatever their … Continue reading

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Gone But Not Idle

I only posted one update over the past couple of weeks because I was visiting family, and for at least a week of that time, I didn’t have an internet connection.  Some people might find no internet liberating, but I’m … Continue reading

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In Which I Find an Artist

I’ve mentioned several times that I’ve been working on a novella series that I intend to self-publish. It’s called the Calypto Cycle, and is part noir spy thriller, part superhero, and part mystery set in an alternate 1920s eastern Europe.  … Continue reading

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