So Libertycon 27 came to a close and all in all, it went tremendously well. I met new people, made new friends, ran into old friends, made a fool of myself (this is typical) and am now dealing with a very screwed up sleep schedule. So I rolled into Libertycon about three in the afternoon […]


A brief update, since I need to finish Kaiju Apocalypse III by tonight (yeah, this has been one tough little but to crack). Murder World: Kaiju Dawn is doing well but could use more reviews. I likened it today to “Ishiro Honda and Joss Whedon teamed up for a project”. Ishiro Honda, for those who don’t know, directed the very […]


My brain couldn’t get into the mood for writing Kaiju Apocalypse III today, since this flu thingy has been kicking my butt this week. Instead of calling it a lost day, though, I decided to work on this fantasy idea my Muse has been beating me over the head with the past two weeks. I mean, I’d […]


And, at long last, I can show off the cover for Hero’s Best Friend, which contains my story Hill 142, the untold (and completely alternate) version of the Battle of Belleau Wood during World War One.   Edit: Oh, I probably should mention that this is coming out in the next few weeks from Seventh Star Press. Here’s […]


…and after seeing the new cover for Sha’Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse last night, I received an email this morning from another publisher about the cover for Hero’s Best Friend, where my story Hill 142 resides and is awaiting print. The cover is in, and I must say that it looks gorgeous. There’s going to be a […]


So an interesting development… As you may already know, I had a story titled Crouching Seal, Sleeping Dragon published in a shared-world type of anthology called Sha’Daa: Pawns in 2012. It was pretty well-received all in all, and I created one my favorite characters to date. Fast forward to this evening. The editor/creator of the series, Michael H. Hanson, […]


I sent off Homeworld: Rockfall to my coauthor Eric Brown yesterday afternoon. The first draft is done (yeah, I was slacking) and though it “only” took about 5 weeks to write, that was a rough five weeks. While the book itself isn’t the longest thing I’ve ever written (I’m looking at you, Corruptor) it is, by far, […]