Sunday, January 5, 2014

The End is out. It was my thought exercise around the writing admonition to start a story as close to the end as possible. Beat that, peeps!

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Penultimate is out.

My workshop peeps did an anthology. I'm in it. So is KJ Kabza, lately of Fantasy & Science Fiction fame, having obtained Pro status, and Chris Howard, who writes and illustrates his own sub-marine fantasies, more at, and others. Some of the best, most creative ideas are from people you may never have read, but isn't it great to discover a new author you like?

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Lobsamen is Up

Here's where. Golden Visions online Another setting photo. I like how cold cold sea water churned by a prop makes such a lovely green color.
I did talk about this one late last year in this post. Click and enjoy. It's free, after all.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Earthbound Sparks is on the Nook

I'm pleased because that's my Ereader.

New cover design puts me last. I'll not be petulant about it.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Claire's Touch is Illustrated

I know, just a little photoshop with the rover in the foreground for reference, but it's my first story illustration so I'm excited. I thought when I saw it that the hill isn't supposed to be there, and all three see the surprise craft nearly at once, but the parachute looks right, and the ship is silver, as it should be. Funny how I had a picture in my mind though I didn't describe everything tediously, so another reader/illustrator can see it differently. Who is to say she is wrong and I am right? A story becomes something subtlety different in each reader's mind, I think. That's part of the fun. It is also part of the fun to see what another reader got even though I never said as much.

Want to see some amazing story illustrations? Chris Howard Does his ownI lack the talent.

Publication is available here:

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Sparks is out on Kindle

I'm hoping there's an epub version for Nook users like me.

Claire's Touch Came Out

Neo-Opsis is soldly semi-pro. We were talking about this one a year and a half ago at a Readercon dinner. Neo-Opsis publishes biennially. They thought it reminiscent of an old Farmer novel, The Lovers. I tried to be Bradburyesque but also scientifically plausible. Well, maybe the latter's a stretch.