News9/28/15: I reviewed Boys over on the New Podler blog. It's a trilogy of stories that seemed to be a fictionalized memoir of the author's life growing up in Texas during the 80s & 90s.
Rob Steiner renamed his new book Citizen Magus and launched a Kindle Scout campaign.
Started editing the third book in Terry Green's White World series, Shattered.
9/3/15: I reviewed I Truly Lament: Working Through the Holocaust over on the New Podler blog. It's a short story collection written as therapy for an author trying to deal with the Holocaust. Not exactly a beach read.
I started editing Rob Steiner's latest book. The working title is Natta Magus. If you know your Latin, the title might be a clue. I'll be done with my part very soon.
Coming up is the third book in Terry Green's White World series.
On the homefront, I have to wrap up the den reno and split some dead elm for firewood. While it's forecast to be 90° today, winter isn't that far away.
7/27/15: I reviewed Void Contract over on the New Podler blog, a nice escapist sci-fi romp.
Been busy with chaffeuring my kids to summer activites, hosting family members from out-of-state, doing a little home improvement on the den, and attending an out-of-state wedding. Two editing jobs on the horizon.
6/24/15: I reviewed No Dogs in Philly over on the New Podler blog.
6/18/15: Over on the New Podler blog, I interviewed Rob Steiner, my friend and author of the Codex Antonius trilogy and more.
6/11/15: Over on the New Podler blog, I interviewed Michael John Grist, author of the Ruins War saga.
5/30/15: I reviewed Mr. Ruins over on the New Podler blog.
5/21/15: Reviews are difficult to get. So when I get one, I need to draw attention to it. Even the critical ones. It's quick. Have a look.
On the bright side, I've had time to work on Gateway, and I believe that it addresses her points.
4/21/15: I reviewed Eden over on the New Podler blog.
I've spent this month editing Trapped, the second book in Terry Green's White World series.
4/1/15: I reviewed This Darkness Light over on the New Podler blog.
Since my last entry, I actually found time to write! Although I only added a thousand words to Gateway..., it felt good to finally make some progress on it. I'm hoping to make more progress in April.
3/9/15: I reviewed Tethered Worlds: Unwelcome Star over on the New Podler blog. I also wrapped up editing Rob Steiner's Muses of the Republic last month.
The long, brutal winter might actually be over. While we still have over two feet of snow on the ground, temperatures have been above freezing for a few days now, and we've got some 40+° days set up this week. After filing my taxes and filling out the paperwork to refinance my mortgage, I'll actually have an open schedule.
2/6/15: Over on the New Podler blog, there's an interview with my friend (and author), Terry Green.
2/5/15: Ta da! Re-design done. Well, not really. The re-design idea is done, but it hasn't been completely executed throughout the site. I couldn't wait. I've done the basics and I'll continue to copy the changes through the site, but I couldn't look at the old one any longer.
1/13/15: A new year. I think it's high time for a new design for the website. More people are using their mobile devices to surf the Web, and this site isn't friendly to small screens. I think it's time to retire the frames.
I have a couple books to edit. First up, is the first book in Terry Green's new White World saga, Iced. It's set some time in the future when an ice age has struck again. After that, Rob Steiner's third book in his Codex Antonius series, Muses of the Republic.
No promises about when I'll return to writing. My SAD kicked my ass since the last update, and I really didn't want to do anything while it weighed me down.
11/20/14: Wow. Three months since the last update. I suck. My only excuse is that I've been terribly busy preparing for the winter and trying to finish the den renovation. I worked on Gateway a couple of times, but there just hasn't been time. The cold has set in, but now the holidays are closing in, and I'm tentatively scheduled to start work on two editing jobs.
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