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May 22nd 2019

Odd Thoughts part 2

One thing I didn’t address in this morning’s post was all of the ideas and suggestions I get from fans of the books.  I get a ton!  Demon Accords and Zone War fans are heavily invested in both series and I’m hugely thankful for that (hello mortgage my old friend). I read every email, every […]

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May 22nd 2019

Odd thoughts

Often, when it’s revealed that I’m an author, people ask how I come up with ideas for stories.  My answer is that usually that they just pop into my brain.  That I can’t stop them and just have to keep a constantly growing list. At this point in the conversation, my wife takes note of […]

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Apr 8th 2019

Waiting…

Borough of Bones is at the editor’s, undergoing the change from raw wordage to readable English.  I expect it back at any time this week and as soon as it arrives, I’ll put the last touches in place and it’ll be published on Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble and all the rest.  Approximately three or […]

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Mar 9th 2019

2019 progress

Okay, so I’ve been bad about keeping up with this blog.  That changes now.  Full disclosure, we moved in January and with all that comes with a complete move to a whole new state I’ve been distracted.  Still writing every day so there’s that.  But things are settling down and I want to get on […]

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Jan 27th 2019

Full Time Writing

So I wrote the first eighteen books of my writing career while holding down a full time job and being a full time father.  Now the kids are grown (but being a father never stops – who knew?), and I’ve retired from a thirty-two year career as a banker, investment manager and financial planner.  My […]

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Dec 18th 2018

Counting down the days!

2018 is drawing to a close and with it comes the end of my career in banking and finance.  Thirty-two years of personal finance and investing that provided the stable foundation for my family and gave me the time to incubate a fledgling writing career. Now with ten years of published experience in the odd […]

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