Self-Review – Cynthia

July 19, 2018 No Comments

Review – Cynthia So Cynthia is a fun although ultimately sad story. You see, Cynthia is a Great Dane. And to her sorrow, her master is succumbing to Alzheimer’s. This short story was written for the second volume of The Longest Night Watch. All of the proceeds go to the Alzheimer’s Association. I love the […]

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Self-Review – Untrustworthy

July 19, 2018 3 Comments

Self-Review – Untrustworthy Untrustworthy is my first-ever published novel. Background Much like a fan fiction novel called Reversal, it begins with a dream. And that makes perfect sense, as a dream inspired it. And the dream, originally, was of seeing scenery change before my eyes (I have had this same dream before, and have written […]

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Self-Review – Revved Up

July 19, 2018 No Comments

Review – Revved Up Revved Up rocks. It’s the kind of story I tossed off rather quickly and then it kind of took on a life of its own. Background This story started because I had stayed at my childhood home and noticed something odd in the front yard. And the truth is, it was […]

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Supporting Indie Authors

July 19, 2018 12 Comments

Supporting Indie Authors Supporting Indie Authors – do you do it? I am published, and one issue that comes up, time and again, concerns how people can go about supporting indie authors. In particular, friends and family far removed from the business of writing or social media or public relations or marketing or the like still […]

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Wattpad gets into the Digital Publishing Game

July 19, 2018 No Comments

Wattpad gets into the Digital Publishing Game GoodEReader reports in 2014 that Wattpad, the giant free stories platform, is entering the digital publishing business. In early May of 2014, it was reported that Wattpad had decided to e-publish two of its most famous stories. My Wattpad Love has over 19 million reads. A Proscriptive Relationship […]

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Writing, Ethics, and Quinnipiac

July 19, 2018 2 Comments

Writing, Ethics, and Quinnipiac For the Spring Semester of 2015, I decided to double my course load and try to graduate a bit more rapidly. This entailed taking two classes. Little was I to know, when I signed up for these courses, that I would also get a job and my book, Untrustworthy, would be […]

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