Roxx Hates Your Questions

Interviews with lead characters are generally a good idea, but once in a while you meet a lead who is, shall we say, less than cooperative when it comes to answering questions. I found this out when I interviewed Roxanne Grail, whose story is detailed in the novel Hard as Roxx.  I suppose I should…

All My Books Are Belong to You

I could write something to tell you about my books,  or I could just attach my prepared marketing materials, which say the same thing. Guess which one I’m doing here. Each of these books is available from Amazon for your reading pleasure now! Go to my author’s page (https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B005O52SDS) to find easy links to purchase…

Dirty Writer’s Secrets #1

I am a writer. As such, I’m expected to be slightly nerdy and do all of the things writers do. Granted, the specifics of those things change over time. Writers are no longer expected to be alcoholics (most of those died) nor are they expected to chain smoke (likewise). It is still acceptable, though no…

Life Skills, Part 1

Love – Advanced Forgiveness – Beginner Reggae* – Expert Historian – Intermediate Genealogy – Expert Jazz** – Advanced Poetry – Intermediate Art Appreciation – Intermediate Cooking – Intermediate Counselor – Expert Analyst – World Class NBA – Expert NFL, NHL – IDGAF MLB, Past – Intermediate MLB, Present – Beginner Traveler – Intermediate Humor –…

Garnering Distinguishment

Men, particularly successful ones, have had the advantage over the years of having been able to gain distinguishment as they age, while women merely age.  Now, I know that your immediate reaction might have been for you to be stumble over the word distinguishment rather than note what I said. Let me assure you; I…

Fool O’Clock – Part 2

Part 1 is here. When I get to the office, the Director is annoyed that I did an unauthorized handle on my own. She doesn’t care that the fool got dealt, but the clean up with the metro cops meant I was late to another sector meeting. The woman lives for deskwork and can’t for…

Fool O’Clock – Part 1

“Oh shit, it’s Fool o’clock.” “Wha’?” The grumble next to me is the wife – likely the co-conspirator who turned the damned alarm off. It’s on her side of the bed, per her demand, after I broke my hand trying to break the last one. “I said, ‘It’s Fool o’clock.’ I’m supposed to be in…

Short Fiction – Available Now!

Two new anthologies of short fiction are now available on Amazon.com and other sites.  You can pick up an electronic copy for the Kindle app from Amazon, which will work on any electronic device, or a good old paperback. The Kindle app is free from Amazon. Details are below.