It’s My Creation: My Weird Cryptid Science Series is Moving Forward!

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“From my heart and from my hand

Why don’t people understand

My intentions?”

 

– Oingo Boingo, Weird Science

 

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Traversing the Social Media Wilderness: Will Tears Short Out My Keyboard?

twitter_512pxOh, wow. My brain is wiped out after a morning on Twitter. I also hopped onto my NaNoWriMo and did a little (very little) socializing there, too. I have some great writing buddies this year, hoping for more. It’s hard being social. However, I know that being social is the headwaters for the river of creativity that leads to the ocean of publishing.

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Meeska, Mooska, Marketeer! The Unhappiest Job in Noveling (To Me, At Least)

Don’t get me wrong. I like people. I like listening, watching, sharing ideas, and generally getting to know individuals and their wonderful character assets and fascinating character flaws. I just don’t like shoving my way into the spotlight and singing out like Barbra Streisand from Funny Girl, “He-e-e-ere I a-a-am!”

Though I definitely agree about not wanting any nimbostratus to darken my skies and precipitate on my parade, I have all my clowns and elephants and jugglers marching in this one. I just have to get it out of the alleys and onto the main thoroughfare, or else having clear and bright skies won’t matter at all.

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Solaray Dawn: If You Publish, Will They Come?

Solaray Dawn
Solaray Dawn

So, Solaray Dawn is currently available to read, published in both paperback print and PDF ebook. It will take a few weeks for it to show up through the big distributors, but it’s available from the publisher’s site. So, there you go, Guy in Kentucky. I got ‘er out before Halloween, like I said I would.

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