Category Archives: fantasy
…on Goodreads, of course. Click on over and enter to win one of five paperback copies of The Fury Clock. If you don’t win, come on by my site and leave me a message. I won’t send you a paperback, … Continue reading
My newest book, The Fury Clock, just went live! If you enjoy humorous fantasy (or if you enjoy humor OR fantasy), please get yourself a copy at Amazon or Barnes & Noble (hasn’t gone live there yet…come on, B&N; speed … Continue reading
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I trust that North Korea will delay launching their tactical nukes at California. War might disrupt my writing schedule. The first of the four new Tormay stories is done. About 10,000 words. 6,920 words into the second story, though I … Continue reading
Streetlight Graphics just delivered a new cover design for A Storm in Tormay. I’m very happy with what they did. The old version was something I cobbled together off the cover for The Wicked Day. I’m not a designer in … Continue reading
I have finally wandered back into Tormay. It’s about time. The original trilogy took ten years to write. Mind you, I wasn’t writing non-stop during those ten years. A lot happened during that time. Working in Chicago for the VeggieTales … Continue reading
I wonder if the modern trends in fantasy have boxed themselves into a corner? Well, two corners; for all intents, once you peel away the story cosmetics, those two corners are the same corner. The way I see it, there … Continue reading