Tag Archives: reading

Are We There Yet?

For the past few weeks I’ve posted about how little actual writing I’ve done even though I’ve been busy with editing, promo, and other writing-related stuff. Last week I swore I’d get back into the actual-writing goal, and I did. … Continue reading

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My ROW80 Update for the Week You know that wagon I fell off of last week? It drove off without me. I ran behind it for a while, tripping over my own feet while yelling “HEY! Wait up!” Alas, it … Continue reading

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VT Speculative Fiction Writer’s Series

In the August company of Michael J. Martinez, Alice Eckles, Toby McNutt, Amy J. Murphy, and Asher Ellis, I will be doing a reading with the Vermont Speculative Fiction Writer’s Series at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont, on … Continue reading

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Casualties of Career

It is assumed, and likely true, that most writers begin as voracious readers. When I was little, used bookstores were ‘anything goes’ when shopping with my father. He also passed down most the the SciFi he read, from John DeChancie, … Continue reading

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