No matter how long I’ve been writing, selling a story to a new market never grows old. This time, I’ve sold a new story to a new market–and I’m writing in a new subgenre! I’ve never tackled steampunk before, but the idea hit me, and I had to write it. In fact, “The Last Surviving Gondola […]
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I’m very excited to announce that Audible has put the entire Smokey Dalton series (so far) into audio books. Mirron Willis voices Smokey perfectly. I listened to all six samples, and realized that somehow Mirron Willis had found the voice in my head. That almost never happens in audio. (For those of you who don’t […]
Lots of things to share this week. WMG Publishing publishes a free short story podcast every week. I wrote this week’s podcast and I read the story as well. Go to this link and enjoy “Elvis at the White House.” While you’re on the WMG Publishing site, check out the nifty book trailer that WMG’s […]
A few months ago, Norm Sherman at the Drabblecast podcast asked me to participate in his Lovecraft tribute month. He wanted a brand new story that referenced Lovecraft, although it didn’t have to be about Lovecraft or Lovecraftian things. So I wrote him “Dread Unlocks,” which just appeared. The cover art is by Bo Kaier, […]
Okay, the interview is not a mystery as in whodunnit. It’s an interview about mysteries, specifically mine. The interview mostly focuses on the use of setting in mystery fiction, which is one of my favorite topics. You can find the interview on the Scene of the Crime blog. The podcast is a discussion between me […]
The wonderful folks at The Drabblecast have done a spectacular production of my (somewhat creepy) sf story, “The Observer.” Sarah Tolbert did a fantastic reading of the story. Take a listen. You can find it–for free–here, along with some other wonderful stories.