Tuesday, July 18, 2017

No news is not good news

For all you enthusiasts waiting impatiently for my next release (ye blessed few), sorry, there is no news to report; think of it as a rain delay in a baseball game, a months long rain delay, maybe we'd better call Noah!

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Dog Days

It's hot, go read something, preferably cold or at least Springish!

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Trivia and trivialities

In America it is Independence Day, the 4th of July, my question to you is do they have a 4th of July in England?

Yes, they do, and a 5th of July and even a 6th of July, yes, yes, that joke is old as the hills.  But there is your trivia.

As for the much anticipated (by someone, somewhere I'm sure, maybe only by me) there has been a minor glitch in my schedule and it may be on the back burner for a bit.  I'll keep you posted (if any of you there be).

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Things most vital?

I've got a title and a cover (the most important part of a book right?).  I'm even working on a catchy description.  Now if I could just finish the book!

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Slightly more than a rumor

Well, the rumors be true, at least partially.  I've got the first portion of the new book scribbled out and am wrestling the rest of the beast into story form as best I can.  Stay tuned!

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Books and rumors of books

After a rather significant hiatus, I'm dabbling in bookery again.  There are rumors, perhaps exaggerated, that I'm working on another 'Shadow' book, I'll keep you posted (if anyone is actually interested that is!).  Even if substantiated, this announcement is not exactly going to set the internet afire, but I thought you'd like to know this is actually a real author's website, one who writes actual books (sometimes!).  Let the eager waiting begin...?

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Your choice!

I read North and South a few years ago but didn't think it was all that memorable, better than Middlemarch, but still not something I'm likely to read again for a very long time.  I just finished Wives and Daughters and thought that was much better.  So pick one of the three and I'll expect a report by the end of the week on one of these lesser known but still classic works.  For extra credit, read two or all three and write a 2 million word dissertation comparing and contrasting them.