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19 Sep 2021 Many Things: A Round Up

We kicked off our official Halloween viewing last night with 1979's AMITYVILLE HORROR, a perennial favorite. Tonight we'll catch the new Candyman then it's back to the hard work of holiday viewing. Recently completed one of the best short stories I've written in awhile, I think....

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31 Aug 2021 Humbled

I'm absolutely humbled by this Goodreads review by one of the excellent hosts (James) of Boneheads Weekly podcast: "Rooster did something I rarely feel books do. While one is watching the character of Rooster crash through the seedy underworld with brutal efficiency fed by his lived...

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31 Aug 2021 What the book?

I had a great time answering questions about monsters on What the Book? It will air later in September and I'll give everyone a heads up before it does. ...

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19 Jul 2021 The podcast let me do what?

The Bonehead Weekly podcast was a delight and they indulged me in a reading of The Jabberwocky, which I'm currently trying to memorize. We talked life experiences and how they affect writing, the writing process and the past and present details of Rooster, a novel...

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14 Jul 2021 Upcoming Books and Stories

A quick note to tell you what's coming up in my literary universe: 2021 will see LEECH published, a composite novel of short stories, each of which can stand alone but when strung together tell the tale of a very special secret agent. I will share...

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14 Jul 2021 Rooster drops in a week

I'm booking a number of interviews around the debut of ROOSTER and will organized a schedule of run dates shortly. Podcasts, TV, radio - it's all very heady. After the bleak expanse of 2020 I'm as excited for Rooster as I was when my first...

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11 Jun 2021 2021 is better

Sending out ARCs for a story that began over twenty years ago in Los Angeles is a surreal thing. The publisher (and friend) of my first novel is visiting NYC next week for the first time to attend the premiere of his first movie and...

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