Category: Writing

Brave New Girls: Tales of Heroines Who Hack Cover Reveal!

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestBRAVE NEW GIRLS: TALES OF HEROINES WHO HACK is a YA sci-fi anthology (edited by sci-fi authors Paige Daniels and Mary Fan) featuring stories about girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)… Girls who hack not just computers, but whatever puzzles come their way, using their smarts to save the day. It’s got sci-fi …

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New Project – Toonopolis Pixel Art Comic

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestSo I’ve always wanted to do a webcomic. It’s true. In fact, Toonopolis: Gemini was originally supposed to be a comic or graphic novel or something along those lines. Going back to when I was in college in two-thousand *cough cough cough*, I’ve wished I could work on a comic. The problem is I can’t …

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Writing In Life’s Margins

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestWhen I last wrote on my blog, I talked about how the election of Donald Trump helped me end my imposter syndrome. Since then, I’ve continued to feel way more confident about who I am as a writer and continued getting back to work on the second book in the Toonopolis Files series. Of course, …

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A World Of Their Own – New Release – A Charity Short Story Anthology (GIVEAWAY)

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestToday marks the end of a long journey for myself and a slurry of fellow sci-fi and fantasy authors who became friends on the soon-to-be-defunct Authonomy website run by Harper-Collins. Back in 2010, the Alliance of Worldbuilders thread began to take off and became *the* go-to site for fantasy/sci-fi writers to share ideas, critique each …

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My Kindergartner Brings A Book Home And It Makes Me Angry (With Pictures!)

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestMy five year old came home from his first week of kindergarten last week ecstatic. Amongst all the new changes and new excitements in his life, he could not wait to tell me about the big room with lots of books. “And I got to take books home with me!” Now, having a fifth grader …

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Write Something Today – Even If It Sucks

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterest   My friend Nelson used to post this image onto my Facebook wall very frequently. It was meant to motivate me to get off my butt and get some words down. Not only was he a fan of my work, but he knew how happy it made me to be writing and telling my …

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Blowing the dust off my writer hat.

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestMy blog has been neglected. My Facebook fan page has gone fallow. My twitter feed is mostly about my stay-at-home dad and geek hats. My writer hat has been sitting in a closet collecting dust since the whirlwind of 2010-2011 when I was more productive as a writer than I have ever been in my …

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Because Who Wants To Create A NEW Market? (Self-Published By Choice)

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestYesterday evening, I received an email from my friend and fellow indie author Terri Giuliano Long. She asked in support helping spread the word of her new Huffington Post piece entitled “Sticks and Stones: The Changing Politics of the Self-Publishing Stigma” (link TBA when post is up). It is cross-posted to IndieReader.com, though, so can …

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The Myth of Mr. Mom Update & Cover Reveal

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestFor those who pay attention to me (I’m looking at you, mother), you’ll recall that I put out an open submission for essays by fellow stay-at-home fathers a little over a month ago for a collaborative non-fiction essay book that I would be publishing called The Myth of Mr. Mom. I am very happy to …

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Hey Stay-At-Home Dads: Wanna Be Published?

Share:FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTumblrPinterestYeah, that’s right! Are you a stay-at-home dad/househusband/homemaker/Mr. Mom (I hate that last epithet, by the way)?  I am currently seeking contributors to a non-fiction essay anthology that will hopefully be published in early to mid December through my publishing company, Portmanteau Press LLC. The anthology will be entitled The Myth of Mr. Mom and …

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