A sobbing bunny-girl was probably not going to sell cars.
Stars That Sing the Requiem, a science fiction short story collection, joins my novel, Of All the Western Stars, on Amazon Kindle, published by Variations on a Theme publishing. Four of the six stories in Stars That Sing the Requiem are previously published, with two making their first published appearances. StarsThat Sing the Requiem, available[…]
Originality of concept often isn’t as important as the freshness and the vitality of the approach. As the Harry Potter series breathed a vibrant new life into some very old fantasy concepts, The Hunger Games gives a hint of that vitality to the post-apocalyptic survival scenario, at least in the first book.
Most of you who read here probably know I’m heavily involved in the world of Heinlein. I am on the Board of Directors of the Heinlein Society, and spend quite a bit of time and efforts advancing our goal to Pay It Forward. I also am webmaster for the Heinlein Prize Trust, which is Heinlein’s[…]
Today I’m guest blogger on romance writer Bernadette Marie’s website talking about how I came to be interested in Tudor history, and how it led to the writing of my historical time travel romance novel Of All the Western Stars. On Tuesday, I was the featured interview on the site, setting a record for the[…]
I am delighted to be the guest author this week on romance writer Bernadette Marie’s website. On Warrior Princess Romance Writer blog site, I am the featured interviewee today, will have a guest blog on Thursday, and will be giving away a copy of my romance novel, Of All the Western Stars, on Friday to[…]
My historical-time travel-science fiction romance novel, Of All the Western Stars, is now available on Kindle from Amazon.com published by Variations on a Theme publishing. You don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle books. Just select to purchase the novel, then Amazon will ask if you’d like to read the novel right away online, or[…]
I’m pleased to announce the launch of a new website, Tudorland. Tudorland explores an area I’ve long been interested in, which is the history of the Tudor and era in England. Since I was only eleven-years-old and saw the movie Anne of the Thousand Days, I’ve been keenly interested in this historical era. The people[…]
It’s with a great deal of pleasure I direct your attention to an upcoming book by friend, and college roommate, Mary Matthews. Emeralds, Diamonds and Amethysts is the sequel to Splendid Summer, a novel of the Roaring Twenties set in San Diego. The emerald, diamonds, and amethysts in the title refer to what was known[…]
We’re in the last waning days of summer. I just moved to sit outside on the deck, to enjoy the summer sun, but it’s sixty-seven degrees right now, and feeling very much like autumn. The aspen tree has already lost most of its leaves, turning to gold and falling off. Others are already showing color,[…]