Interview with Intisar Khanani

Interview with Intisar Khanani

Nice interview with fellow author Intisar Khanani on her site. I contributed a book recently, along with her, to a collection of noblebright fantasies called Luminous. Anyway, check out the interview. It’s coupled with a giveaway of a LOTR tote bag and a Harry...
The Fury Clock free

The Fury Clock free

…because it needs to be read. The Fury Clock was the most enjoyable writing experience I’ve ever had with a book. Probably because I could, for the most part, write whatever I wanted without the constraints of propriety, common sense, or logic. While I...
Friends in Masks

Friends in Masks

A friend of mine from the land of Oz, and fellow-fantasy writer, Ashley Capes, has an epic fantasy series called The Bone Mask Trilogy out on Amazon and the various other ebook sites. His books feature a young thief as one of the main characters, just like Jute in my...
Aeronaut’s Windlass

Aeronaut’s Windlass

By Jim Butcher. Aeronaut’s Windlass. Great book. This is the first new fantasy book I’ve read in a long time that I genuinely enjoyed from page one to the finish. He created an imaginative, accessible world for this story. Solid, interesting characters...
The Beginner’s Guide to Escaping Dangerous Dates

The Beginner’s Guide to Escaping Dangerous Dates

I have not worked much on stories for quite some time now. Various reasons. Anyway, I recently wrote a humorous non-fiction book called The Beginner’s Guide to Escaping Dangerous Dates. Mostly to check if I could still write. Jury remains out on that question....

Portrait of a Serial Killer

I suppose it’s unavoidable that the majority of serial killer thrillers and mysteries tend to feature the same kind of killer: a depraved murdered with some variety of attendant twists (a fondness for eating his victims, turning their skin into lampshades,...