Killing The Angel of Death

My latest non-Diving novella appeared as part of a Storybundle a few weeks ago. Then you could only get a copy through the bundle (and a number of you decided to get that and nine other books. Thank you!). Now, Killing The Angel of Death is available as a standalone book—ebook and trade paper. The story concerns a group of grief-stricken survivors who have had […]

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Good Diving News

I finally got word from Audible that the audio version of the long and mighty Renegat, the next book in the Diving series, has gone into production. Jennifer Van Dyck will be reading the book, which is good news, since she’s done most of the series. I’m told Audible will have the audio version done in time for the September 17 release date for The […]

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Pulphouse Subscription Drive Kickstarter—Tons of Fun Backer Rewards

The new incarnation of Pulphouse Fiction Magazine is two years old. We started the magazine (again) with a successful Kickstarter, and, as we always do for our magazines/anthologies, we’re doing our biannual subscription drive through Kickstarter. Kickstarter is a fun and easy way to get extras to backers. Before the advent of crowdfunding, we had to do paper subscription drives promising one specific extra for […]

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Sorcery, Steam, and The Angel of Death

I feel like I’ve been assisting you with your summer reading this year. A previous space bundle, a bunch of cool anthologies, a new Kristine Grayson novel, and a new Kristine Grayson-edited Fiction River. I’d say what more could you ask for, but seriously, if you’re a voracious reader like me, you could ask for a lot more. (And maybe get it too!) So…with you […]

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Summer Sizzles

I don’t have to tell most Americans that, after the week they just had. The hottest heat index in some cases ever over more than half the country. What can you do besides sit in some shade and read? Not much, unless you have air conditioning. Thank heavens we have it here in Las Vegas, or I couldn’t live here at all. But I remember […]

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Alternate Peace

Now, here’s something fun. Alternate history stories about changes in history that occurred not because someone lost a war or won a battle, but because of something non-violent. No assassinations failing, no bombings unsolved. No. Instead, someone won an election who shouldn’t have…or, in my case, got impeached as he should have. Yes, I’m talking to you, Andrew Johnson, evil architect of our post Civil […]

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Bits and Pieces

I have a bunch of stories coming out in various anthologies. Yes, I’m back to work, and yes, I’m having fun. Can you tell? I think I’ll spread that news over the next ten days or so, though, just so each anthology gets its due. And a reminder: I use Amazon links only because I’m lazy and pressed for time. Please buy from your preferred […]

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The Year’s Best Military & Adventure SF (with voting!)

David Afsharirad chose my story “Once On The Blue Moon,” for The Year’s Best Military & Adventure SF, Volume 5. I had hoped to read the volume before it appeared, because I had the galley, but no such luck. So I’ll be reading it with you. And here’s something fun…readers. You can vote for the best story in the book, and the writer(s) will receive […]

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Summer Reading: The Space Travelers Storybundle!

Just in time for summer reading: a space travelers Storybundle!

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Hidden Charm! The First New Grayson Novel in Seven Years!

Yeah, it took me that long to get past an abusive publishing relationship and a few life events, so that I could feel light and hopeful again. I planned to write Hidden Charm as soon as I finished Charming Blue in 2011. Instead, I found myself fighting my publishing company, demanding that they release me from my contract because the editor who handled my work […]

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