Monthly Archives: August 2018

Baseball Days in Atlanta

We’re long-time baseball fans who recently took a road trip to Atlanta to take in a couple of Braves games. It rained. The entire time. Or almost the entire time. There were a couple of intervals of a few hours … Continue reading

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Wizard’s Bridge on Sale!

Beginning today and running through August 31st, BelleBridge Books/ImaJinn Books is putting the ebook version of my Epic Ebook Award-winning fantasy novel, Wizard’s Bridge on sale for only 99 cents! Her fellow wizard is not the man she expects . … Continue reading

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Getting Real with Crime Fiction – a Panel Discussion from Mystery in the Midlands

This was the first panel discussion on the schedule for the Mystery in the Midlands conference, happening right after the breakout sessions. The panel consisted of Lynn Hesse, Brian Thiem, Roger Johns, and Paul A. Barra, with Lynn Chandler-Willis moderating. … Continue reading

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Books Gone Bad Bundle

My novella, Guardian of the Grimoire, is part of the Books Gone Bad Bundle, available from BundleRabbit and other major ebook outlets. Books make the world a better place. They are, perhaps, the only thing you can buy that actually … Continue reading

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Scams, Spams, and Nasty Schemes

Author’s Note: This was first posted on the Classic and Cozy blog, but the subject is important, so I’m reposting it here. It’s a jungle out there…and in here, too. I’m talking about the Internet, and right now, email specifically. … Continue reading

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