But how will they know it’s Christmas?

Unfortunately, my next book The Cradle has been delayed somewhat. I’m doing my damnedest to have it available in time for Christmas. But it’s going to be tight. I’m not entirely sure I can make it. Until things get sorted out, you can read or listen to the first twenty […]

Nice try, tovarisch…

Last week, a return by those dastardly Russian Pornspammers prevented me from recording the first section from my new book “The Cradle” for The Gospel of Thomas podcast.


A Cruel Season

Before the actual bloggery begins, I just wanted to give a shout out for my friends in New Zealand. You’re all in my thoughts and prayers. And, to everyone everywhere else… you should all go make a donation to the NZ Red Cross right now.

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle

It’s been a busy time. Here are a few of the reasons why . . . also, we get some very nice fan mail, write some new stories, and drop meaningful hints about some kind of special event coming next week.

Selene and a Smattering of Olympians Cavorting

Put on your grass skirt and coconut brassiere, it’s time for another Link Luau — with the latest news on book reviews, book clubs, podcasting popularity, blue-eyed babies, and the madness of Englishmen…

Occasional Wasp & Other Thoughts

In which many, many important things are mentioned — including the obligatory Flash mention, a subliminal Dude reference, and new work coming in August.

“As Those Fabulous Dragons Teeth…”

“The enemy of most authors is not piracy but obscurity.” — Dave Charest About a year ago, I experienced what some might describe as a moment of clarity, one of those points where your perspective changes and you find yourself unable to go back to the way it was before. […]

The Kitchen Sink Post

The weather has drifted down into the cooler temperatures, slowing everything down a little bit more each day — including this this blog post, which I’ve rewritten and added to six times to reflect the changing reality over the past month. And so, I’m hurrying to post it before anything else happens to force another rewrite.