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Knock, Knock! A Halloween Update

Well! Just two days before Halloween, and I’m finally back with another entry, or at least an update. I have several essay-type posts I’d like to complete (and begin!) in the near future, but hopefully this will serve as a … Continue reading

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“Darkness in the Valley” has arrived…

Well! This is finally finished. And published: The 450-page paperback, beautifully formatted by Anne Hardin and illustrated by John Randall York, is now available on Amazon here, to be followed by a kindle edition in May. The journey from conception … Continue reading

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The Name of the Voice

Easter Weekend was a good one. I visited my parents for the first time since Christmas, my boys were thrilled by three different Easter Egg hunts and ridiculously full baskets, and I actually ended up feeling more or less rested … Continue reading

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Some “Uncanny” Glimpses from John…

In case you were wondering what John York and I have been up to these last few months, the answer is quite a bit…and some of it even involves the new Uncanny Valley book! In spite of a very busy summer and fall … Continue reading

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“In the Water I Am Beautiful.”

This winter was a tough one. It was cold, dark, and went on longer than any I can remember. I’m not the only one who feels this way. Talk to anyone in Pittsburgh (or much of the rest of the … Continue reading

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Announcing “Crows at Twilight: An Omnibus of Tales”

I’m very pleased to announce that Crows at Twilight: An Omnibus of Tales finally reached publication on Monday, and is now available on Amazon here. And here’s the cover: Just four months after my previous publisher closed up shop, all … Continue reading

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Moving Forward, Part 2

Wow! A February to August leap in entries! What the hell happened? Well, Stephen King’s “My Pretty Pony” pretty well sums up how I feel about it (and also serves as my lame excuse). We hit “normal time” in mid-life, … Continue reading

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