I had a Canadian customer ask for Howlers on Kobo. As I aim to please, it's now published. I'm not happy with how the section break image rendered on this platform. It's pixelated.
A writer has a singular responsibility . . . to elicit an emotional response from a reader with words only . . . and not at the writing, but because of what the writer is saying. That emotional response can be anything from laughter to sorrow, happiness to anger, or anything in between or combined. … Continue reading Men, We Can’t Repel Emotions of that Magnitude!
Thank you to everyone who showed up tonight and spent their valuable time talking with me and then buying my books. Seeing your faces light up as I autograph your copy and watching the way you protect your book as you leave the store puts a grin on my face. I thought I wanted to … Continue reading “Recycled Books” Book Signing a Great Success!
After breakfast this morning, the empty hotel lobby left me feeling meloncholic, like at the end of the Christmas holidays when everyone has gone home.
Had a fantastic time at my book signing last night. Met a great number of people and even gave a reading! James Pickering, buddy of mine from the USS Portland and proprietor of A Galaxy Called Dallas, was a gracious host. If you didn't have the chance to get down to Garland, don't worry. There's … Continue reading “A Galaxy Called Dallas” Howlers Book Signing
Table 30 Press got its tax cert yesterday. That means we can start selling our books direct. Woot!