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The Man Who Walked in the Dark: Preorders are up!

A man in a trench coat and fedora standing in front of a church with high-tech stuff all around

It’s been a long time in the works, but it’s finally on its way! The Man Who Walked in the Dark is the sci-fi noir you need, full of criminal saints, brutal penance, and a whole lot of bad news. You can preorder now and have the book delivered on March 11, 2024 (or a … Read more

Load Up Your E-Reader Sale

Maybe you picked up your first Kindle this year at Christmas. A relative who knows very well that you love books decided to gift you a Kobo or the stray Nook. You stared at the thing with a strained smile. You’ve always loved paper books, and can’t imagine reading on this glowing digital monstrosity. Or … Read more

2023 Works Published

The end of 2023 is fast approaching and since I’m not planning on getting anything else out the door, I think it’s probably a good time to take a look at the year’s accomplishments. This is an award eligibility post, but also just kind of a “hey look at what I’m proud of” post. The … Read more

Not Done Yet: Sci-fi Stories of Wisdom and Fury

Not Done Yet

Not Done Yet: Sci-fi Stories of Wisdom and Fury is out and available everywhere books are sold! It’s been a long road for this first of my short story collections. Last week I finally got my proof copy of the hardcover in the mail, and let me tell you, I love it! The pages feel … Read more

November Roundup

The businessman in a difficult and long journey in life. Backlit by a yellow glow

Time for another roundup. Here you’ll find the latest in my writing and reading world. If you want a short essay (and something about my chickens), discounts on books, and maybe a music rec, then you’ll just have to subscribe to my newsletter. Quick reminder that Not Done Yet: Sci-fi Stories of Wisdom and Fury … Read more

Gen Con 2023

One week from today I’ll be driving the long drive to Indianapolis for Gen Con. “Drive?” you say? Why yes, I’m from the midwest. A nine hour drive is nothing to my people. And once I’m there, I’ll be taking part in the Gen Con Writers’ Symposium, and I’m excited to be on a number … Read more