I’ve tweaked one little aspect of my website here…I’ve created a drop-down menu under the “Books” tab up top.
Now, you can visit a new page dedicated to each of my books. You’ll see the cover image, description, and sales links as you always did, but now I’ve included a permanent excerpt for each title. I’ve incorporated the reviews there rather than in a separate “Reviews” tab as before.
This change will also provide a dedicated space for folks to leave comments specifically about that book and discuss it amongst themselves.
So scroll up and check it out, please, and have fun reading.
*I should point out Mark Twain did not actually team up with the Avengers. However, there was that time he teamed up with the crew of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The National League of Junior Cotillions has announced its list of the “25 Best-Mannered People of the Past 25 years.”
I came across it as a press release and thought it might be worth sharing as a reminder to start 2015 off on a kind note. (Though I do question ranking a comedian as more well-mannered than Mother Theresa, but the concept as a whole is still a nice thought.)
So, happy New Year! Behave yourselves.
I made a bunch of progress today on my next book, the one that will come out after Earths in Space vol. 2.
What is it? Well, we have to keep some of the mystery alive, now don’t we?
But here’s one little tidbit: It’s a concept and characters I’ve written first as stage plays, then years later as a television pilot script, and recently as comic book scripts. Now all that work spanning eleven years and multiple media comes together in a novel.
And then after this unannounced project…more RIP! I shan’t neglect the ghost fights for too much longer.
It was only a matter of time…
Imaginary bonus points if you catch the Doctor Who reference.
I would write a check to the ALS Association, too, but…writer.
Instead, whatever I make off my books this weekend, I’ll donate that to the ALS Association. So order or download Earths in Space or RIP this weekend, Aug. 23 and 24, and your purchase will be extra-meaningful.
I now pass the challenge on to a few friends of mine — one author, one musician, and one actress: Dana Cornell, author of My Mother’s Ring; Samson Trinh, founder of Uke ‘n’ Roll, and actress/singer/entertainer Holland Gedney. Have fun, ladies and gentleman.
This was recently discovered hiding somewhere within my parents’ house.
I’m sure this 64-page novelization of Who Framed Roger Rabbit holds up as a literary classic, especially since no author is credited on the cover.
And why doesn’t the title have a question mark?
A box full of escapist sci-fi fun arrived at my door the other day, but it seems to contain a bunch of duplicates.
Guess I’ll just have to sell them at the Hanover Book Festival on Aug. 9.
Today’s my birthday, so I’ll be a little extra blatant and say:
The best way to wish authors a happy birthday is to buy their books.
Just a thought.
My niece Rose says, “You need to read Earths in Space and RIP so Uncle Danny can buy me more toys and spoil me rotten.”
She’s so excited, her face has become a blur of motion.
We all need exercise. It’s easy to get sucked in to many hours at the computer, making it all the more important to prioritize getting out there and being active.
My preferred workout is martial arts training. Here’s a nice little video/commercial that mentions several benefits of such a program: